Turn any pair of lace-up tennis shoes into slip on sneakers. Lock Laces are the original, no tie shoe laces with over 1 million pairs sold worldwid...View full details
Turn Any Shoe Into a Slip-On Lock Laces® firm-but-flexible elastic laces stretch, so you can easily slide your shoes on without damaging the heel of the shoe.
Easily Adjustable Tension Our patented double-eyelet lock device makes it easy to make adjustments and holds your laces in place better than any other system on the market.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Why use Lock Laces?
WHAT COMES IN A PACK OF LOCK LACES®?
Each package contains 2 48" elastic shoelaces, 2 lock devices, and 2 cord clips. The lock device is the piece that has “LOCK LACES®” printed on it.
HOW MANY PACKS OF LOCK LACES® DO I NEED FOR ONE PAIR OF SHOES?
1 pack of Lock Laces® is suitable for lacing up 1 pair of shoes.
ONCE I’VE INSTALLED LOCK LACES® IN MY SHOES, HOW DO THEY WORK?
Lock Laces® are designed to turn any shoe into a slip-on. Because the laces are elastic, you can simply remove your foot from the shoe without moving the lock, and the elasticity of the shoelaces will prevent any damage to the heel of your shoe. You can also press down on the top of the lock device and pull it towards the toe of your shoe to loosen the device.
HOW LONG/THICK ARE THE ELASTIC LACES?
The Lock Laces® elastic shoelaces are 48" in length, .25cm in diameter, and can stretch up to 72". They are slim enough to fit through the eyelets of nearly any shoe, and they are long enough to lace up nearly any shoe (with the exception of some tall work boots and high-top sneakers).
HOW DO I CLEAN MY LOCK LACES®?
Lock Laces® are machine washable, so you can wash them just like you would normally wash your shoes. For particularly dirty laces, we recommend using liquid laundry detergent and a small scrub brush. To dry, simply place your shoes somewhere safe to air-dry.
CAN LOCK LACES® BE READJUSTED AFTER INITIAL INSTALLATION?
Yes, the laces can always be made tighter. For this reason, we recommend initially installing the laces slightly looser than you might think, and then using the lock device to pull the laces to a snugger fit when desired. We always recommend cutting the laces 2-3 inches below the lock device to give yourself room to loosen them.