Introducing Well Hung Hangers

When you’re bigger, you get used to dealing with the fact that a lot of things just aren’t made to accommodate you. Looking for clothing in your size, getting a comfortable seat on a flight, or even finding a bike to support you is a pain, but it’s something we just deal with. Every so often someone encounters these problems and comes up with a solution. Enter Well Hung Hangers. The company solves a problem we’ve grown to accept – most hangers aren’t made for extended size clothing. They leave creases in your jackets and shirts that aren’t very flattering when you put them on. Then there’s the hangers you’re given when you buy a suit. You know the kind, they don’t actually hold the suit, they’re just included because the shop knows you expect some kind of hanger.

Well Hung Hangers

Owner Robin Pulewitz ran into this sort of problem when buying clothes for her boyfriend, a sports writer for the NY Daily News. As she redid his wardrobe, she wanted to hang things up, but they came with plastic hangers that gave his clothing shoulder bumps. She tried to find higher quality hangers that were made for bigger clothing, but she came up empty handed. In a conversation with her boyfriend later that evening, he challenged her to come up with a solution. With her experience in the apparel industry, Robin knew she could create something better than was currently on the market, and she got to work creating the perfect hanger for big and tall clothes.

View from the top of a well hung hanger

What she came up with is a laquered wooden hanger in 17″ and 22″ sizes. Two types of Well Hung Hangers come equipped with flock bars that can hold an entire suit, keeping its shape without dropping or creasing the pants. All of them have rubber inlaid shoulder guards to help keep things secure no matter what you’re hanging them next to. The walnut laquer and brass hardware give the hangers a luxury look and feel, worthy of the suit you spent all that cash on.

It’s important to note that while the hangers are made from imported wood, they are assembled in the United States – something that was very important to Pulewitz when creating the product.

Putting Well Hung Hangers to the Test

We put Well Hung Hangers to the test and found that they held suits, jackets, and dress shirts with ease. There weren’t problems with creases or bumps, and the clothing looked as good as the day it was put on the hanger. Well Hung Hangers range from $12 for the 17″ Jacket and Shirt Hanger, to $20 for the 22″ Executive Suit Hanger. If you need more than one, you have the option of purchasing them in sets of 3 or 6. Learn more about Well Hung Hangers at WellHungHangers.com.

 

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Gimpson
Gimpson

The slim fit jeans were great, at a 46x32 they're a bit long for me, but bunch nicely or can be rolled. And they're not baggy enough that I end up stepping on the cuffs. And now I can ride my bike without having to roll my jeans up past my knees. I ordered two pair in my initial order and just went back and ordered three more, these are going to completely replace my Levis. (They stopped stocking slimmer fits in big sizes about a year ago it seems.)


The shirts were pretty much a complete bust for me, though. I generally wear a 2XLT, and they didn't have any of their shirts available in Tall. Besides that, the 2XL shirts (short sleeve button up and T-Shirts) seem to run a bit small, none of them worked for me length wise or tightness wise. I just ordered some 3XLs with the jeans and we'll see how those work out.


I did notice this shopping round that a lot of items were out of stock or showing low stock. Hopefully this means that they're seeing good demand? I'll shoot some pictures over once the next shipment comes in.

Gimpson
Gimpson

Well, I'll definitely follow up once the order comes in, but the selection was phenomenal. Just place the biggest clothing order I think I've ever placed online... So much good stuff!

Chubstr
Chubstr moderator

@Gimpson That's great! Please do let us know what you think of their clothing, and how it fits. We'd love to see photos and share them with our readers!