One of our best sellers, the Nelson Freedom Clip is the one accessory you never knew you needed - until now! Saves your pants from being torn up by your tape measure, and is a quick draw, jobsite must-have. Slim profile with a simple design that will hold up to the everyday duty of stowing your tape without destroying your favorite jeans. Click here if you are interested in it customized with your company's logo!
Features and Benefits
- Low profile design to stay out of the way until needed
- Rugged construction to last a lifetime
- Saves your pants from being torn up
- Patent pending design
- Hand crafted in the USA
- Lifetime Guarantee
**Tools not included**
Why Nelson Freedom Clip?
George Washington was once referred to as “the best horseman of his age, and the most graceful figure that could be seen on horseback” by Thomas Jefferson. In 1778, Thomas Nelson of Virginia, learned that Washington was having trouble finding a replacement for a horse he had been riding. As a result, Nelson sent the horse to General Washington in New York as a gift. Washington, in turn, then named the horse for his generous friend.
Both as a Virginia planter and as a military man, Washington had innumerable opportunities to perfect his horsemanship. Of the many horses that Washington owned, one of his favorites was a horse he called "Nelson," who is said to have "carried the General almost always during the American Revolution."
One contemporary explained that Washington preferred to ride Nelson during the war over his other horse, Blueskin, because Nelson was less skittish during cannon fire and the startling sounds of battle. In addition, Washington chose to ride Nelson on the day the British army under the direction of Lord Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown, Virginia in 1781.