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As wildland firefighters, we tried every lace on the market, but the metal eyelets on our boots would eventually chew through everything. Our laces usually broke at the worst possible time, so we created Rhino Laces. These are the only laces that can't be burned, cut, sawed, chopped, or destroyed, or we will replace them for free. Rhino Laces are built for fighting, whether you're fighting a fire, fighting a war, fighting an animal, fighting a zombie, or just fighting the elements.
Greatest laces Ive ever had in my life. buy these, you wont be disappointed.Published 6 days ago by will
A little stiff, and I got one or two sizes too large (or how they fit on mine), but they are very strong and durable. The boots are really tough but the laces should outlast.Published 11 days ago by tz
My husband is a wild land firefighter and these "unbreakable" shoelaces broke on the second day of the season.Published 13 days ago by Kerri Macias
So far they have held up without any real signs of wear. The only downside I can note is that the laces are thicker than what my boots came with. Read morePublished 14 days ago by nathan conti
The laces themselves seem to be of really good quality. The nylon sheath though is somewhat flimsy. I live the feel of the laces overall but after only a day or two of being worn... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Gregory Sarver
Pretty neat. They seem to do the trick. I don't know about all the "indestructability" they lay claim to, so the price may not be justified. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Troy E. Forbes