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    Recommend me some braces

    Due to an apparent onset of builder's crack, am looking for a set of braces for my BMW summer trews...

    What do people use and any recommendations for a brand that won't let me down (literally)?

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    Oxford ones work for me.

    I have no sartorial elegance though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tractors are go View Post
    Oxford ones work for me.

    I have no sartorial elegance though.

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    Likewise - Oxford ones. Just beware that there appear to be two types. I noticed that the red ones which I removed from my HG leather trousers on Saturday night, have very sharp pointed metal teeth, whereas the black ones that I replaced them with
    in deference to my sartorial elegance because the red would have clashed with my bright blue The North Face fleece jumper, have blunt plastic teeth which seem to do as good a job without the potential for damaging the garment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tractors are go View Post
    Oxford ones work for me.

    I have no sartorial elegance though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schtum View Post
    Likewise - Oxford ones. Just beware that there appear to be two types. I noticed that the red ones which I removed from my HG leather trousers on Saturday night, have very sharp pointed metal teeth, whereas the black ones that I replaced them with
    in deference to my sartorial elegance because the red would have clashed with my bright blue The North Face fleece jumper, have blunt plastic teeth which seem to do as good a job without the potential for damaging the garment.

    Brilliant, thank you gents, Oxford it will be Stopped worrying about sartorial elegance a long time ago

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    Knee braces, Neck braces, Wrist braces, Teeth braces........

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    http://www.brimarc.com/category/BriM...ces-799713.htm - bought from Ebay for around a tenner. Metal or plastic grips, depending on what you prefer

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_f...races&_sacat=0
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