If you look like a fool with your pants on the ground, just imagine how you’ll feel with a Subs garter-suspenders hybrid around your waist.
According to the New York Daily News, the $30 accessory is the brainchild of Harlem-based inventor Andrew Lewis, who felt that the world of men’s fashion needed a device to keep low-slung trousers in check.
Sold online at hatchventures.com, the beltlike contraption clips onto the pants and boasts expandable straps that determine how low the wearer wants to go.
“Sagging is a huge issue in my community,” Lewis told the paper. “I spent a lot of time observing, and I noticed that even for saggers, there is a point [at] which even they’re not comfortable with how their jeans were falling.”