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Replace-A-Lace  

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Replace-A-Lace hardware now comes with a threadlocker applied on the post.

Threadlocker is a plastic adhesive that fills the gaps between mating threads to minimize loosening from vibration and shock from wear.

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Replace-A-Lace Instructions

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No-Tie Shoelaces - Hook & Loop Strap Fastener for Shoes

Fig 1: Set comes with 2 long straps, 2 short straps, 4 matching buckle pieces and 8 binding screw fasteners.


Remove laces from shoes and unscrew the posts from the cylinders on each of the binding screws.


Fig 2: For the buckles: Place the threaded post through the eyelet from the inside of the shoe. For a shoe that has 5 eyelets on one side, eyelets 2 and 4 from the top are recommended but you can use any that are comfortable for you.


Fig 3: Place the matching cylinder through the hole in the buckle piece and fasten to the post using a clockwise rotation until tight.  Repeat for second buckle and end with the buckles facing upward.

 Fig 4: For the straps: Place the threaded post through the eyelet opposite the buckle piece from the inside of the shoe.

 Fig 5: Place the matching cylinder through the hole in the strap with the rough side facing up and fasten to the post using a clockwise rotation until tight. Repeat for second strap. The smaller strap goes towards the bottom. Using a coin or small screwdriver make sure all the screws are tight.

Fig 6: Pull the straps through the buckles and secure to desired tightness.


Always check to make sure the screws are tight when putting on shoes.