Snaps & Fasteners

Whether it’s Nylon Snaps or Brass Eyelets, Mood’s collection of more than 100 different snaps and fasteners was built with the understanding that your choice of closures is as imperative as the fabric you choose. First patented as "Federknopf-Verschluss" by German inventor Heribert Bauer, modern snaps and fasteners were initially used as novelty closures for men’s trousers. The first iterations of snaps and fasteners were made with an S-shaped spring in the “male” disc instead of a spring. After 1903, when Bauer sold his invention to German company Prym, snaps and fasteners made their first appearances on everything from western shirts to change purses. Today, Prym remains the leading producer of snaps and fasteners.