Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Link Laces

Link Laces provided me with a pair of their easy to use elastic shoe laces to test out and review.  The shoe laces I typically wear in my running or triathlon shoes, I have used my homemade version of this type of product, but I was willing to try theirs and see what they were all about. Inside the package you will find two elastic, no tie shoe laces which are pre-measured.  Each piece of elastic lace measures 38 inches, or just over three feet in length. Also inside the package are the locking devices, a simple squeeze to release clip.  Lace your shoes like normal and attach the lock where you would normally tie the laces.  Allow three or four inches of lace to extend beyond the lock and attach the end clip to keep the end of the laces together.  They are comfortable in any type of shoe that require shoe laces. I like to use these types of shoe laces as they keep tension on my foot as it expands and contracts with my shoe as I am running or walking.  When it comes to a quick transition in a triathlon, shoe laces like this help save time. They are great for kids and those who have trouble tying shoes.  These are also a great idea for kids whose shoes are constantly coming untied. 

Link Laces would like to extend an offer with a coupon for 25% off a pair of laces for readers of my blog. You can purchase them directly off Amazon's site. 

Here is the directly URL for the offer:  http://bit.ly/locklaces
Coupon code: TRIHAK01

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