Rings and Slides

Rings can be in any shapes, for example circular, rectangular, triangular or even heart and flower shape. Normally, rings are used for strap joining to allow length adjustment and vary strap angle to bra cup.

Slides have a crossbar recessed below the planes of edges of the longitudinal limits, which limits sliding of the frame on a strap. The slide has its thickest portions at the centers of transverse bars at which the central bar merges with the remainder of the slide. The strap passes around the central bar or directly through one of the slots to a ring and returns through that slot across the central bar and through the other slot in the slide to the shoulder of the wearer.