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  • Taylor1430
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    Originally posted by JJS View Post
    Um........

    I use the rubber belt shirt stay. It seems to work better, plus it doesnt snap loose like the leg ones do.
    I had used the belt for a period of time and it was OK. I did break a few of those belts. While they worked well, it would get uncomfortable towards the end of our shifts. I went over to the shirt stays to try them out and love them. They do not do as good of a job as the rubber belt, but the stays are much more comfortable.

    Originally posted by IMachU View Post
    My problem with the shirt stays aer hairy legs. Damn, them things pull hairs (painfully) at the most inopportune time!
    Don't worry...after a few months of usage, you wont have to worry about that problem any more

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  • JJS
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    Originally posted by Taylor1430 View Post
    They seem to work for me, even in the rear.
    Um........

    I use the rubber belt shirt stay. It seems to work better, plus it doesnt snap loose like the leg ones do.

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  • armyfi
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    I use shirt stays. Keep the ones in the front a little loose then tighten the 2 in the back up as much as you can. I also wear an "Taylor Belt" that I bought from Galls. My shirt hardly ever moves

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  • Monster56
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    under the underwear?

    Gee wiz...
    What happens when the first "S" of the "3 S's" comes late while on duty and you have to drive 5 miles to the PD? That's one more extra thing to take off before you have a mess.

    Keep on tucking

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  • deputy x 2
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    Shirt stays. rubber elastic on waistband of pants, or tuck the shirt inside your underwear.

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  • grog18b
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    At Wal-mart they have those elastic bands with clips on both ends used for securing sheets to beds. They work very well, cliped to shirt and socks.

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  • dkuz
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    If you have a thicker shirt you can take a dime or penny and use that rather than the rubber knobby thing that comes on the shirt stays. I also like the stirup style shirt stays and calf length socks to help w/ the hair problem.

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  • ask80
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    yep tailored shirts and shirt stays that clip on socks. i used to have shirt stays where you put your foot in the bottom. that sure did shave the hairs of my legs . so i switched to the ones that clip on my socks. much better.. and sometimes i use safety pins to keep the shirt stay on the shirt. i hate it when it comes loose in the field.

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  • DarksideNV
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    I use the rubber belt and don't seem to have any problems with it, plus my shirts are taylored. I used the shirt shays in the academy but had the leg hair problem.

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  • ArkansasFan24
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    Well, my uniforms are made by a company called Elbeco. The pants have that rubberized waist band, yet it only makes tucking the shirt tail back harder. The shirt still slides ride out.

    I do need to get my newest shirts taken in at the sides. They're too baggy. Now, that you mention it, my tailored shirts do stay tucked in better. I've never realized this.

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  • WC145
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    Originally posted by ElDiabloJoe View Post
    If shirt stays and long leg hair are a problem, how about a pair of thermal long johns (in winter) or lycra running pants in summer under your pants. Then the shirt stays won't stretch-n-yank your leg hair.

    YMMV,

    EDJ
    Wow, you're putting way too much thought into this! I say you man up and sacrifice a few leg hairs for the cause!! Oh, one other thing - never let them see you wince!

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  • JSD73
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    Originally posted by IMachU View Post
    My problem with the shirt stays aer hairy legs. Damn, them things pull hairs (painfully) at the most inopportune time!
    Yeah, they'll pull the crap outta the leg hair but I don't have anymore hair on the sides of my calves as the band has rubbed it right off, lol.

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  • ElDiabloJoe
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    If shirt stays and long leg hair are a problem, how about a pair of thermal long johns (in winter) or lycra running pants in summer under your pants. Then the shirt stays won't stretch-n-yank your leg hair.

    YMMV,

    EDJ

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  • Bigg Dogg
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    Shirt stays,also make sure and get uniform pants with the shirt stay plastic thingy built into the waistband.I used to have to wear the shirt stay stirrup things up until I started wearing these Blauer Streetgear that have the rubber insert around the waistband.No more stirrups!!

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