Magnetuck Shirt Stay

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

It’s a problem us guys know all too well. You leave the house looking completely dapper, and by the time you get to the office, your once tucked-in shirt is now hot mess. Magnetucks taps the power of science to solve this age old problem.

Whether you’re bending over to tie your shoes, putting on your jacket, or getting in and out of the car, it’s inevitable that your shirt will come untucked at some point. Sick of dealing with the problem, Phil Bunting decided to create Magnetucks- 2 rubber shirt stays made with strong Earth magnets. Simply place the flat end of the magnet on the inside of your shirt, and the dome piece on the outside – below your waistline. The dome will then prevent the shirt from coming untucked, all without causing any damage to your shirts. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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