A very popular 1/2 inch dome stud. Commonly used for motorcycle saddlebags, leather jackets, and many other items.
Specialty designed for Motorcycle seats and saddlebags. These studs have a brass base (great for the elements) and are chrome plated to give the traditional silver chrome look. The prongs are the longest on the market at 5/16 inch (0.31 inch) or 8 mm long to help go through thick one layer leather. Guaranteed to last the life of your seat.
Dome Studs Category
Shaped like a dome, these dome studs are one of the most classic – a design to last the ages. Often used as embellishments on jackets, bracelets, costumes, but also hardware like motorcycle saddlebags and seats.
Studs are embellishments added to your garment, apparel, or clothing item. These studs are easily attached with prongs to most any project. Commonly used for DIY leather-crafting, belts, bracelets, handbags, shoes, punk and alt-couture jackets, dog collars, etc., studs are set by pushing the prongs through the material and bending them inward to attach. Please visit our HOW-TO-STUD page.
Quality Studs from StudsAndSpikes
All the Studs sold at StudsAndSpikes are of high quality designs. Here at StudsAndSpikes, we start with a good gauge sheet (0.018 to 0.025 inch) metal, to have the application and long term use in mind. The plating and color is engineered to last. StudsAndSpikes sells to craft artists, designers, resellers, and to the professional film and costume industry. When shopping around for nail-heads, spots, and other studs, you can depend on us for top quality items at a great price.
These studs are great for applications on materials like denim and leather, or to be used on materials with a sturdy backing. Generally, these are great for material thicker than 1.5mm (1/16 inch).The two prongs range around a quarter inch (6mm) so can be used on many different types of projects.
|Plating / Finish||Ant. Brass|
|Width/Diameter: Inch (mm)||1/2 inch (13mm)|
|Height in inch (mm)||1/8 inch (3mm)|
|Prong Length in inch||1/4 inch (0.25")|
|Number of Prongs||2|