It is nearly impossible to find good clothespins anywhere today; they have progressively degenerated in quality during the last 40 or 50 years.
These are good pins. They have a strong spring of a unique design that limits skewing so that they do not suddenly snap apart in use, the curse of the standard spring design.
Made from hardwood, they have small lateral grooves near the top to provide a secure finger grip, very useful if your hands are wet.
They are eminently practical, and sold at a sane price.