I have rheumatoid arthritis and the simplest tasks can be difficult on some days. And one of them is putting on my shoes and tying them! I often have to ask my husband for help or even one of my 2 oldest children. I hate having to depend on others at such a young age so as I was searching around on the internet, I found this company that would not only help me be independent with tying my shoes, but also make them look super stylish. When they said yes, I was on my way to being one step closer to happiness again.
QuickShoeLace aims to make tying your laces a breeze, the ability to just yank it and clip it. They were simple to replace, which my husband did for me; but only took about 5-10 minute for both shoes. When the shoe laces showed up they came in really cute containers like shoe polish. When I opened it up I only seen 2 laces, I was so confused!! I thought I was missing something or they missed a pair in manufacturing (lol). So each lace is 4 feet long; and you only need one lace per shoe. You have 2 choices to lace one of which I chose and the other of which looks more like a regular shoe lacing. Once you get it to your desired tightness, you can knot it and clip the remaining lace off. I love that there are so many different choices of colors (plain and neon) just for the laces! Not to mention there is prestige (coated with 24 karat gold) and silver available in the metal tips. The metal tips come in rounded and spiked. I got both to review, and the tips featured above are the spiked. This has really helped me cut my time getting ready in the morning, I can just throw on my shoes, plus the fact that I don’t have to be in pain trying to tie my shoes anymore just speaks volumes!
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