LOCK LACES (Elastic No Tie Shoelaces)
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- NO-TIE LACING SYSTEM: Turn any pair of lace-up tennis shoes into slip on sneakers. LOCK LACES are the original, PATENTED (US Patent #6026548) no tie shoe laces with over 1 million pairs sold worldwide
- STRETCH FIT COMFORT: Our elastic laces conform to your foot for a custom fit. Added compression reduces pressure points to make your feet feel better throughout the day so you can perform your best!
- PERFECT FOR EVERYONE: LOCK LACES are a great gift for seniors suffering from arthritis or other disabilities, autistic children, runners looking to speed their triathlon transition up, or casual users
- SIMPLE INSTALLATION: One size fits all (kids AND adults), quick to install, easy to use. Each pair is suitable for lacing up 1 pair of shoes. Easy installation instructions and videos provided.
- 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: LOCK LACES are guaranteed to last the life of one pair of lace up tennis shoes. We know that once you try them in your shoes, you'll never go back to traditional shoelaces
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Top Customer Reviews
So far I had used only the iBungee laces but decided to try these ones just for the sake of it and I'm impressed, these are the main advantages:
1) The plastic tip allows me to cut the laces to the size I wish without having to worry about buying a given lace size.
2) The fastening system is better built and easier to adjust.
3) They're more elastic, I don't need to loose them to fit my shoes like it happened in some cases with the iBungee.
So far the most I've ran with them is 35k, but I'm confident I won't have issues running a marathon on them.
Now I have a new favorite!
-Each pack comes with 2 laces, 2 locks, and 2 clips for the ends, all in a nice resealable plastic bag, which I used to store my old laces just in case.
-The laces are about 4 feet long, and can stretch to about 9 feet. (I think stretching them that much would to fit your shoes would cut off blood circulation though)
-Lacing your shoes with Lock Laces is a lot like lacing with normal laces. You start at the bottom of the shoe making sure to have the same length on either side, and work a cross pattern as you go toward the top of the tongue. Once you finish using all of the holes in your shoes, or the ones that you want to, squeeze the locking mechanism and put the laces' ends through the two holes.(I personally made use of every hole in my Asics Gel-Kayano 19s. This allowed for a more comfortable fit for me.) Then try them on. If it doesn't feel right, make adjustments to the tension on the laces until it is most comfortable. Changing the holes you use toward the mouth (I think that's what it's called) of the shoe will change the way the tension is distributed around the ankle. (I went on a little 20 minute run, stopping every few minutes to make adjustments. It wasn't until after I had them perfect, that I cut the ends and attached the two laces together with the clips.) It did require a fair amount of force to get them to close around the laces, so just keep that in mind.
I've added a picture as well, detailing the contents of the bag, and the bag itself.
I have to say, I really like them. I've always tied my running shoes, thinking it was the only way. Then I found these awesome laces. I don't think I'll ever go back. Took a while to get them adjusted so there was even pressure across the foot, but it was worth it.
Installation was a breeze, with the provided instructions, and cutting to fit was also simple with a pair of scissors. They aglets are removed once the laces are trimmed, but a provided plastic clip secures the cut ends so no further fraying can occur.
These laces are fantastic, as far as holding the shoe securely. I wasn't sure about them, because they are elastic and with a clipless riding shoe one uses their foot to lift the pedal for extra speed and strength, but these laces do a great job holding my foot surely in my shoe as it is clipped to my pedal. They also make putting my shoes on and taking them off a breeze, which is very useful for when I change shoes after riding to work. As an added bonus, they plastic endpiece can be easily tucked into the laces to prevent it from flopping or bouncing around. Good for running or riding.
I'm not sure I'd put them on a pair of combat boots, but as far as riding, running, and walking shoes, these laces are fantastic.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
comfy, stretchy laces that don't bind in spots like regular laces do. Only been using them about a week, so I can't speak to how long they will last, but they seem to be pretty... Read morePublished 20 minutes ago by Amazon Customer
These are great laces especially for kids. My son is 8 and it takes him too long to tie his shoe laces when I take him to Kung fu lessons. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Amazon's review questions classify these as shoes, so some of the answers don't quite make sense. These were easy to put on my shoes and work well. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Richard
Work as expected but makes the sneaker a little harder to put on because of the need to hold on to the tongue.Published 13 hours ago by Sylvain Bromberger
I have used these for a month, hiking and around the house. I am very happy with these ingenious little devices. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Banto Ivan
Wonderful shoe laces! My dad had trouble tying his shoes from arthritis and back problems! These are perfect for him! I recommend them to anyone 100%!!Published 18 hours ago by Annette J. Hesson