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Tired of trying to keep your pants tucked into your boots. See if you can tell which leg is using my pant leg holder. Check out how I did it.

Step 1: What You Need

You will need 4 rubber bands and two safety pins. I used medium sized rubber bands but if you have larger ones you can always double them when you put them on the pants.

Step 2: Connect Two Rubber Bands

You are going to attach one rubber band to the other. See diagram. Now you have the rubber bands attached you are going to put this on your pants.

Step 3: Attaching to Your Pants

Slide one of the rubber bands over your pant leg. Now bring the other one under your foot and attach to the other rubber band with a safety pin. This will help keep the pant leg from sliding up. Now do the same thing for the second leg. Once you have it on you really do not feel the rubber band. I did one leg so you could see the difference.

Step 4: Ready to Go

Now can you tell which one has the rubber bands on the leg and which one doesn't. If you are not familiar with the problem then I will tell you the one on the left has the rubber band holding the pant leg. It does stay put all day.

<p>How often do you have to replace the rubber bands? </p>
I have used this several times and have not replaced the rubber bands.
Cool idea. Although the thought of a stressed safety pin in my boot does make me a bit weary.
You could use a paper clip and see if that works. I am not sure if it will stretch. Btw. I have had no problem with the safety pin.
<p>i bet if you use the inner part of the paper clip loop instead of the outer one it would work! :] cool idea btw!</p>

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