Complete your zippered project with this huge selection of zipper pulls and sliders from Sailrite®. If you’ve opted for a continuous zipper or zipper chain for your project, you will need to purchase a zipper pull separately, since this style does not come with a slider. These high-quality YKK® sliders and pulls are also a great option for anyone looking for a low-cost replacement without the need to replace the entire zipper mechanism. We know that shopping for the appropriate zipper components can be a bit challenging, so we’re always available to assist you if you need one-on-one advice or guidance.
Looking to replace your broken or lost zipper slider? Sailrite can help! To determine which type of zipper slider will work with your zipper, you’ll need to check the slider for a label. YKK zippers are stamped with their size and type on the top of the zipper slider itself. You will want to determine which type of zipper you need, either a VISLON®, Coil or Metal style YKK zipper, as well as the zipper size (common sizes include #4.5, #5 and #10). Once you have figured that out, you can easily repair your zipper with a low-cost replacement slider. For more in-depth information, read our guide to Choosing a Replacement Zipper Slider.
We have a huge variety of YKK sliders and pulls to meet your unique project needs, including traditional zipper sliders as well as affordable pull tabs. Our selection of zipper sliders includes options made from plastic and metal in either non-locking pull or double non-locking pull styles. We also carry stylish metal zipper sliders in nickel and brass finishes for projects like bags, purses and interior cushions. You can equip your zipper slider with an affordable zipper pull tab from our selection to make opening smaller items easier. Sailrite makes it very easy to stock up on essential zipper parts, as we offer volume discounts when you buy multiples as well as low-cost multipacks. Trust us to outfit you with the essentials you need for small and large fastening jobs, whether you’re a DIYer or a commercial-scale maker.