For Those People Who Never Want To Have To Tie Their Shoes Again


Every morning, about mid-way through my run, I have to stop and tie my sneaker shoelaces. I’m a 40-year-old man. I assumed my shoelace tying skills are sharp since I’ve done it roughly eight billion times. Apparently not.

Changing shoes fast was key for Reggie Senegal, who was looking to shave some time off his transitions during triathlons. That’s the inspiration behind these–SnapLaces

Here’s how they work:

Senegal created a minimalist design that didn’t hamper his performance—and can even be done and undone with one hand. Each set of SnapLaces secures your sneaker snugly with tension you set yourself, acting like a tiny bungee cord. You can adjust them as needed to get a perfect fit.


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