Does your toddler have droopy drawers? Finding the perfect fit can be nearly impossible with height, shape, and weight variations in every child. Also, given the unpredictable nature and number of diaper changes or potty trips each day, belts are unpractical and uncomfortable for babies and toddlers. With Dapper Snapper Add-On Clips, those droopy trousers are a thing of the past. You can even use your favorite Dapper Snappers on pants that don't have beltloops. Dapper Snappers make holding those pants up a snap, and this neutral colored 2-pack helps your coordinate with a variety of their best outfits.
This genius product consists of a short piece of suspender elastic with snaps. Place it through the back three belt loops of the child's pants and snap over the outer two loops for a perfect fit.
"My son is tall and skinny. I'm always afraid he won't be able to get his belt undone to go to the restroom at school. Dapper Snappers are perfect!" -Jessica B.
"Dapper Snappers save money when your little one becomes potty trained and doesn't need bulky diapers. You can either buy them all new pants or pick up a few Dapper Snappers so their pants fit their new slimmer figure. Both of my grandbabies are tall and slim for their age so they could not get by without Dapper Snappers." -Anna
About Dapper Snappers
After trying many different things to keep her 9-month old's jeans on, Michelle came up with a prototype made up of elastic and snaps. After showing the invention to several moms, she had come to the conclusion that she may be on to something. Their encouragement sent her on an 18-month journey of research and development. On June 21st, 2007, she launched Dapper Snappers toddler belts and started selling them retail and having them reviewed by mom bloggers. It took months to build up the momentum, but now this little empire is a force to be reckoned with. Who’d of thought that a lil ‘ol no-college-degree mom would invent kids belts that would rock the toddler world? They currently sell Dapper Snappers globally to 14 countries and the company's still growing.