Snap & Lock Bib Fasteners
Safety pins are a thing of the past. Built by and for Runners, Cyclists, Tri-Athletes & Trail Runners to keep your bib number SAFE & SECURE to your clothes without making holes, rusting, or poking your fingers.
Choose from light weight Traditional Ovals, Soft & Smooth 3D Rubeez and Premium Metal
No More Safety Pins
We have the only "Snap & Lock" technology that started a revolution.
It is only way to fasten bibs to #SaveTheShirt plus conserve the environment; the cleanest and greenest - all the way to the finish line.
People are raving because they are convenient and reusable from event to event.
CUSTOMIZE In Bulk
bibSNAPS are the fun-friendly way to eliminate safety pins. bibSNAPS also offers unprecedented exposure with the option of adding your business logo on the flat surface of every bibSNAPS. The front and back pieces simply press and lock. Once they do, brand logos appear where safety pins used to be. Plus, they put your brand logo right in front of the eyes of your most valuable customers!
The possibilities are endless! Contact us today to learn more about branding opportunities with BibBoards!
Frequently Asked Questions about BibBoards
Will it chafe?
NEVER. The back side is smooth and so light you won’t notice it there. Out of 30,000 Reviews not one report of chaffing.
Does it work on thick fabrics?
We have tested on 100’s of garments including cycling jerseys, pull overs, NorthFace Jackets, Running Shirts, sports bra’s, Running shorts, lululemon, Under Armour, Nike and many more. It will fit through most anything you are willing to compete in. However it might not go through a wool coat.
What are the made of?
We’re proud of the environmental work we do through BibBoards.
First, the clips are made from a plastic that is recyclable. We know people are reusing them and collecting them.
Secondly, we’re ridding the world of the rusty old safety pins. Safety pins are dangerous. Left around after a race, they are a menace to the environment. Who knows how many countless birds or pets have died because of them.
And finally, since BibBoards are reusable, they are a long term solution to reducing waste.
What if I have more questions?