$5.99 - $8.95
- Made in USA
- Style: THIN (NOT VERY THICK) Nylon TOUGH and STURDY Work Boot Laces and Boot Laces - THIN 1/8" Design (3 mm Wide) - Includes 2 Pairs (4 Laces)
- FUSED TIPS: Heat Formed Tips, Preventing Cracked or Lost Tips - NO PLASTIC TIPS - The ENDS of The Shoelaces are NOT Very Smooth
- These Laces are Designed for Shoes, Work Boots and Boots
- Made in USA Using The Original Nylon Construction Process, This Process Increases Durability and Strength
- The Best Way to Find the Length of Shoelace You Need: Remove the Current Shoelace From the Shoe, Measure it from Tip to Tip, This is the Length for the New Shoelace - Keeping in Mind to Add or Subtract to Your New Laces if Your Old Laces are too Long or too Short
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These Round Shoe Laces, are High Quality Laces for Shoes, Boots and Work Boots. If You are looking for DURABLE Laces, These are Durable and High Strength shoelaces. These 2 Components make The Laces High Quality: 1) Made Of Textured Nylon Yarn, Which Provides Strength. 2) Fused Tips: Heat Formed Tips, Preventing Cracked or Lost Tips - NO PLASTIC TIPS. These 1/8" Wide Round Shoe Laces are High Quality Nylon Shoelaces. The Round Replacement Laces comes in a 2 pair pack (4 Laces). We have 8 colors for you to choose from, Black, Brown, Dark Brown, Black/Brown Combo, Brown/Tan Combo, Gold/Tan Combo, Black/Grey Combo, and Camo, and they come in 16 different lengths, VARIES FROM COLOR TO COLOR, 32", 34", 36", 40", 42", 45", 48", 50", 52", 54", 60", 63", 72", 81", 108", 120". SOME COLORS HAVE LIMITED SIZES. For Sizing info: The best way to find the length of shoelace you need: Remove the current shoelace from the shoe, measure it from tip to tip, This is the length for the new shoelace - keeping in mind to add or subtract to your new laces if your old laces are too long or too short. MADE IN THE USA
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- Origin: USA
- ASIN: B011AI2LMK
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 9, 2015
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Top Customer Reviews
I had been considering some of the higher end, various metal core varieties like Iron and Rhino laces, and decided to give these a try since most reviews indicated that there were problems with them being TOO stiff and not staying tied, among other complaints.
I'm incredibly tough on boots and boot laces, usually wearing out the best of boots in about a year and finally giving up on laces after two to three months of dealing with fraying, breakage or other issues. Three months in, even considering the tremendous amount of abuse I put them through with exposure to various shop chemicals and solvents, construction and outdoor grounds maintenance, wet and snowy conditions as well as repeated full immersion, these do not show any signs of wear at all so far.
I seriously doubt I'll need to buy another set of laces for the life of this boot, even factoring in an extension of life via sole replacement. Especially since they came with two pairs and the first pair still seem almost like new. Hands down the best boot laces I've ever used and I've used a lot of different brands and styles. They are "slightly" stiff, but nowhere near too stiff to tie or to stay tied. I've never once had them come undone and unlike previous types of laces I've used, I've found no need to double tie these laces. A single regular tie job stays tied all day. Fantastic product and I absolutely have no affiliation with the manufacturer or with Amazon. Just a normal guy who usually beats the hell out of everything I put on my feet.
Quick info: the lengths are accurate; the "fused" ends seem as if they will hold up far better than the plastic ends one usually finds on shoelaces; the laces are made in the USA. What's not to like about that?
These laces are holding up beautifully. They still look new and I'm wearing my work boots 3 and 4 times a week. There are no snags, tears, or damage and the fused ends are as solid as the day the laces were removed from the packaging. I will definitely buy these again, if this first set of laces actually wears out at some point. ;-)
The first set of laces are STILL on my boots and they look almost new. I bought these laces almost a year ago, in fact it's probably just a couple of weeks shy of being a full year since the purchase, and the laces are still going strong! If you'll pardon the fact that my boots are in need of cleaning, the pictures show just how well this first set of laces is holding up. These really are amazing boot laces.
Oh, and as these are not shoes, most of the questions that accompanied the request for a review do not apply.