Mens shirt armbands are a traditonal and practical way of keping your cuffs higher up the wrist and away from anything that you might be working on, for obvious reasons they were very popular with draughtsmen, authors and journalists. They alleviated the risk of ink or pencil getting onto their crisp white cuffs. They are also a great way of keeping overlong shirt sleeves in exactly the position that you want to wear them.
Ranges include the famous St George Armbands with the internal 'unstretchable' ribbon, or the Lloyd Attree and smith in Gilt or siver, alternatively try the distinctive Albert Thurston Armbands, elasticated and in colours.
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