Travelers love gadgets & gear...things that make traveling easier! We are always looking for something that will keep us looking sharp will out on the road. Combining a love for accessories with a passion for products that solve problems, Boston based company Exposed Seam offers a StaySharp Commuter Cuff for those who commute and want to watch their cuffs.
No longer necessary are rubber bands, rolled up pants, grease on clothing, or shoe laces caught up in chains or briars. StaySharp’s unique shape keeps pants clean and helps keep laces away from gears, chains, prickers, etc. – plus travelers won’t look like they are digging for clams.
Exposed Seam’s patent pending cuffs are made in the USA, out of Cordura® fabric produced in the USA. They are designed for the right leg, but can be worn on both sides, and its reflective trim on the back seam helps riders stay safe. One size fits most.
StaySharp Commuter Cuffs are available in a variety of stores in the US, Canada, and Australia and online at ExposedSeam.com, Amazon, Square marketplace, and Etsy.
Jonathan and Jenifer Stark began Exposed Seam out of a mutual love of cycling and style. Jonathan, who has commuted all over Boston by bike for many years engaged Jenifer's MassArt fashion design skills to solve his constant problem of ruined shoelaces and pants. Sympathetic to her husband's plight, the StaySharp Commuter Cuff was born.
The first production run was made right in the couple's live/work studio at the 300 Summer St. Artist's Building, and they have since grown their business to enlist the help of a local manufacturing facility in Fall River, MA. Jonathan and Jen are committed to keeping their cuffs made in the USA.
Jonathan's background in video development and marketing coupled with Jenifer's web design and e-commerce skills have also helped make Exposed Seam a home grown venture. They hope to continue to reach new cyclists each year and spread the word that doing what's good for your body and the planet never means having to sacrifice your
For more information, please visit ExposedSeam.com