Introducing Dapper Snappers! The best belt for little kids I have seen so far! I was excited to get a boys Dapper Snapper for Var, as part of their No Mooning 2012 campaign, because let me tell you…
As much as he’s getting taller, Var isn’t getting much wider. Which means most things his size length wise are INSANELY large width wise! Falling down and… sadly mooning people. Or at least showing his underwear.
The Toddler Belts for Dapper Snappers aren’t full blown belts, they actually hook around the back and look as though they’d make things super easy. You can even buy ones with added CLIPS for things that don’t have belt loops. They make clothing fit better, but still easy to get off and on for toddlers who are still potty learning!
Here is Var wearing his black Dapper Snapper on a pair of shorts that doesn’t have belt loops. But since the belt is made with Suspender elastic and fits snug, it held his shorts up just fine.
Dapper Snappers are USA made, and CPSIA tested and approved! The clasp for the boy belts are magnetic buckles and though it’s easy to get on and off, it’s not loose enough that it comes undone on it’s own.
Please forgive the darkness of the video, I didn’t realize the lighting wasn’t so great when I was taking it. Oi! But here is Var undoing and redoing his Dapper Snapper with no problems.
This will save us from the ‘ahhh I have to tie up parts of your belt loops to keep your pants up!’ incidents during those school morning rushes!
Dapper Snappers is so kindly giving away one $25 GC to one of my readers! Yay! That’s enough to get you two big kids belts, or toddler belts. Orrr if you’re looking at toddler belts and go to the on sale section you could pick up four of them!
On top of this, all of my readers are able to use a 15% off code from August 1st – 31st! So the winner can use that for extra savings! The code is NoMoon15%
Entry is easy of course, just use the rafflecopter below! This giveaway ends on August 5th at 00:01AM EST!
Ganbatte ne minna-san!
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