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Lock Laces Elastic Laces

The Last Thing You Need To Worry About Is Your Shoelaces...

Lock Laces™ are a patented* “elastic lacing system” that feature specially designed elastic laces combined with a spring activated locking device. Lock Laces™ are great for running, triathlon, playing sports and casual wear.

Lock Laces™ are also ideal for children, the elderly and the physically challenged. Wear Lock Laces™ with all styles of running shoes, athletic shoes and casual lace-up shoes for any desired use. When using Lock Laces™, you never have to stop to retie your laces during any race, sport or activity.

With Lock Laces™ you can simply slip your shoes on and off, no more tying and untying laces or double knots! Lock Laces™ provide convenience, superior comfort, more flexibility and a better fit compared to cotton or nylon shoelaces.

Buy Lock Laces Elastic Laces from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Green, Orange, Blue, Yellow, Red, Black, White, Grey, Cabaret - Imperial Purple
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy to use, keep the shoe in place Came packed in a box. Installation was easy. Once laced on the shoe, it does what is expected of it. 14 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by So handy to use I have quite a few pairs of these laces, and find that they are fantastic for use in a variety of sports and casual footwear. I recently got my wife a pair for her running shoes and she loves them. Once they are set up I rarely adjust them and find them very comfortable. 24 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quick, easy, comfortable and fast for traithlon! 2nd pair of Lock Laces and these are slightly improved versions that have a clip to keep the end of the laces neat. Work really well, could run in trainers without having to pull the toggle to tighten if I wanted, superb for time saving in triathlon! 14 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by nice alternative lace for running shoes i bought this product for my triathlon races. so i tried and it is really very practical. good product 27 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Makes your trainers super comfy Bought these to speed up transitions. Now wear them all the time in my running shoes. They make the shoes so much more comfy and fitted feeling. The toggle locks in place well and doesn't slip. Can't recommend enough. Wont run with normal laces ever again. 14 November 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fast delivery, love this product, however can only use once per pair of trainers Came next day, used before and excellent as saves 30 seconds in T2, possibly far more. One more item ticked off the race list :) 10 September 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Life changing! (Well kinda) I've never worked out why, but I my laces always seem to be coming undone. I think that I've narrowed it down to using hand creme which ultimately greases up the laces! I got very bored of constantly walking around like a 10 year old with my laces trailing behind. Since installing a pair of these I haven't looked back! No more time wasted tying laces. No more fear of tripping over, and they're even great and safe on my equestrian footwear. They are also comfortable as the reduce instep fatigue as they flex with your foot. Add to that the ability to be lazy, what more could you ask for? Recommend to everyone (and I'll be buying some more too!). PS. my experience with chainreactioncycles.com has been all good so far too! 07 November 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bought these because I'm sick of retying laces on my cheap-o riding shoes. My shoes have fabric eyelets (e.g. fabric sleeves for the laces) rather than metal-edges eyelets, so the laces don't tighten very easily. I suspect they'll work OK, but not as well as I'd have hoped. Still, that's as much my fault as the laces, I suppose. 16 October 2012
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