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NO TIE SHOELACES

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Who wouldn't want to turn their regular shoes into a pair slip-ons? Imagine the convenience of wearing shoes minus the tying? You'd be lying if you don't like your shoes that way. Luckily, due to the advancement of the shoe lacing system, modern businesses finally acknowledge the need to modify regular shoelaces - turning them into no-tie shoes lacing systems perfect for all walks of life.

There are several no tie shoe laces in the market but only one stands out the most! Lemon Hero's No Tie Shoelaces are made from quality elastics allowing your foot to stretch and move naturally because they give a little on impact and spread out the tension evenly across the top of the foot. Originally designed for sports, they are very effective with conditions such as swollen feet or bunions. 

WHO USES OUR NO-TIE SHOE LACES?

  • People Who Need to Tie Laces Quickly and Firmly – Hikers, Athletes and especially Triathletes who have to change footwear during a race and need something they can easily slip on and off 
  • People who find laces challenging - Disabled People or People with Special Needs
  • Children who have not yet mastered the art of tying shoelaces 
  • Outdoor Sports – they are waterproof so the laces do not get soaked like traditional cotton shoelaces which makes them great for water shoes or winter

GREAT FOR KIDS

Kids love them ... no more tying laces on the school yard, or in the mornings when they are late for school. And they look great - change the look of their shoes. Put a different color in each shoe maybe?

FAVORITE FOR HIKING

Tough and versatile as a hiking lace for Boots or Shoes.  They stay clean, and they don't absorb water.

FITS ALL WALKS OF LIFE

Lemon Hero's No Tie Shoelaces does not only offer convenience for all walks of life - it also offer therapuetic benefits. A pair only cost $7.99 but it delivers the promise of giving you more than what you pay for. 

 

 

 

 

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