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Even the most buttoned-up among us have the urge to flash some personality in their wardrobe. Enter: these awesome, fun-colored shoelaces. Perfect for adding a small-but-still-noticeable dash of style and color, these waxed cotton wonders will earn you compliments both in and out of the office.
quality shoelace, if thats what youre into. good product, not very exciting4
I had a pair of Clark boots that I no longer wore as the laces began to disintegrate--these laces actually paired well with the boots. They seem durable and pretty good quality.4
I thought this was a stupid idea at first because I just didnt see the point. I was sent the green ones and when i put them in my shoes they actually look really nice. I was impressed.4
Never tried colored laces before. They look cool though.4
These are sweet. really jazzed up my classic shoes.4
Simple, waxed laces like these get the job done and could make the right shoes really pop. The color scheme limits their versatility, though--I definitely wasn't crazy about the bright green color I received.4
I'm not sure which shoes I will use these with since they sent me pink ones but they are fun and eventually I will figure it out. Defiantly styled for dress shoes- not sneakers.4
What's not to love about some new laces. I received a pair of orange laces, and have already applied them to a pair of my shoes for that extra dash of color. Solid quality, so we'll see how long they hold up.4
I got the orange ones and added them to my brown leather dress shoes. They really add a pop. I'm a little obsessive about color-matching, so I would probably only wear them with a shirt that's blue or yellow/red. These are fun, but if you wear tons of colors, you'd have to own each color strings and change them often, and that seems somewhat impractical.4
Adds a little pop of color to a pair of old, drab shoes. Found the laces to be a little short, which made tying a touch difficult.4