#8 Molded Plastic Separating (Jacket) Zipper
Black Length: Up to 36 Inches
#10 Aluminum Heavy Duty Separating (Jacket) Zipper
Black, Brown, Olive, White Length: Up to 60 inches
#10 Aluminum Heavy Duty Two-Way Separating (Jacket) Zipper
Beige, Black, Brown, NavyLength: Up to 60 inches
#10 Antique Brass Heavy Duty Separating (Jacket) Zipper
Black, Brown -Medium Length: Up to 36 Inches
#10 Antique Brass Two-Way Heavy Duty Separating (Jacket) Zipper
Black, Brown - Dark, Brown -Medium Length: Up to 42 Inches
#10 Brass Heavy Duty Separating (Jacket) Zipper
Beige, Black, Brown - Medium, Navy Length: Up to 48 Inches
#10 Brass Heavy Duty Two-Way Separating (Jacket) Zipper
Black, Brown - Medium, Length: Up to 42 Inches
#10 Molded Plastic Heavy Duty Separating (Jacket) Zipper
Many Colors Available Length: Up to 36 Inches
#10 Molded Plastic Heavy Duty Two-Way Separating (Jacket) Zipper
Black, Navy, White Length: Up to 36 Inches
#10 Nickel Heavy Duty Separating Jacket Zipper
About Jacket Zippers
Jacket zippers come in all different shapes, sizes, and colors. If you are looking for a replacement zipper for your jacket, the sheer number of options might surprise you!
What makes a jacket zipper different from a skirt zipper or a pants zipper? Jacket zippers separate at the bottom completely, so you can detach the zipper from itself and remove your coat. There is a pin and box at one end, and the pin is inserted into the box to start the zipper.
Things To Consider When Replacing A Jacket Zipper
If your jacket’s zipper has broken, but you still love the jacket, find a replacement zipper for it rather than replacing the entire garment.
If you need a replacement zipper for your jacket, zipper Shipper Sewing Supplies carries a wide variety of lengths and colors. If you are replacing an existing zipper on a jacket, coat, or perhaps even a hoodie, be mindful of the type of zipper you are replacing and how closely you need it to match. The gauge (or width) of the zipper will be important, as well as the type of zipper teeth, color, and length.
If the existing zipper on your jacket is heavy duty, you’ll want to replace it with a heavy-duty jacket zipper, otherwise the garment might not look right, and the zipper might break more easily. It is also very important that the replacement zipper is a separating zipper rather than closed-ended. A separating zipper detaches at the bottom, allowing you to put the jacket on and take it off.
Another consideration is the material of the zipper teeth. Some popular types of zipper teeth for jacket zippers include metals like antique brass and brass (often seen on leather jackets) and nylon coil. Winter parkas often feature zippers with molded plastic zipper teeth.
Replacing a worn-out zipper with a new one can make all the difference in how the jacket looks and feels. If you are unsure of which zipper to order, please see our guide to ordering zippers . Replace your jacket's zipper with a high-quality separating zipper and fix it for good!
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