How do I install Stretchlaces?

While lacing your shoes for the first time, keep your foot in the shoe and lace upward. If that is not possible just be sure to leave enough room for your foot to slip in and out. Lace each end into the base and ensure that lace lengths are even before weaving them through the lace holes. Keep the laces flat while lacing upward, ensure there are now twists.

Pull the bow TAUT while ensuring you are leaving enough room to get your foot in/out

How do I adjust for a comfortable fit?

Adjust them as you would normal laces, however our laces have a bit more staying power so you'll have to work your way down or up one-by-one for each strap. To loosen start from the top - closet to your ankle, to tighten start from the bottom - closest to your toes.

How do I keep my laces from coming untied?  

You've been tying your shoes wrong, watch our video below on a strong tie.

It's all about the fit. You know you have a good fit if the laces do not graze the ground when tied. The more floppy the lace, the more chances that it will come untied.  

If you're laces broke you probably had the wrong fit.  We recommend that the bow and the loose ends should hit the top portions of the foot. If they are any longer we find that they can start to get tangled up and be less likely to stay tied.

How do I know what size I am?

It’s easy to swap your old laces!

Measure the laces that you’re looking to replace and find the closest match to one of our sizes: 24", 30", 35" 40", 45", 47", 55", 63", 72"

If your current laces are too long (size our laces down) or short (size our laces up).  

Will these fit in my hightops, boots, cleats, sk8-high, chukkas, or dress shoes?

Yes! Our laces come in flat or round, and with 9 lengths and 15 colors to choose from we've got you covered. Our flat laces are great for sneakers, while our round laces are great for smaller shoe lace holes in dress shoes, hiking boots, and even a few sneaker brands.