Want more info on our pegs? A kindred spirit: someone who cares about pegs as much as we do! FAQs below:
Why are marine grade stainless steel pegs the best option?
We believe pegs belong on washing lines, not in oceans or landfill. Plastic pegs can’t be recycled and leave behind microplastic pollution, which ends in our oceans, waterways and soil. Wooden pegs also aren’t a great option. They’re not durable, prone to mould, and it can be hard to tell if they have been sourced sustainably.
Best Pegs, use the very best quality in stainless steel, Marine Grade 316, which means they won’t break or rust. They’re durable, and won’t corrode.
Enter Best Pegs… designed to last, and last, and last, in Australian conditions, without harming the environment.
Your pegs will burn me under the sun…
Nope. This one is a common misconception, but our pegs don’t heat up. They stay the same temperature, even in Australian-summer-can’t-walk-on-the-sand-hot.
Are you sure your pegs are Marine Grade?
Yes, very sure. We use a lab to independently test them to make sure they are genuine 316 marine grade stainless steel pegs. And honestly, we were a bit surprised at the results of our competitors…
Your pegs will leave rust marks over my Tuxedo.
Ah, we thought of that. That’s why we used Marine Grade Stainless Steel, instead of grade 201 or 304 stainless steel. Marine Grade Stainless Steel doesn’t rust, leaving your formal-wear rust mark free.
How many stainless steel pegs do I need?
That really depends if you live in a Von-Trapp style family situation or you are a single person who wears the same shirt every day.
But whatever you need, we have available, Best Pegs come in pack sizes of 20, 40, 60, 80 and 100 so we have you covered! Plus, we offer mixed size packs in quantities of 50 or 100, check them out here.
I’d like some good karma thanks…
Then buy Best Pegs. You’ll be getting a premium, quality product, knowing you’re not contributing to the microplastic problem, all while supporting our amazing friends at AUSMAP, who are working to map the microplastic problem in Australia.