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Fig 1: Each set includes four straps!
Two shorter straps and two longer straps, four matching buckle pieces and eight fasteners.
Remove laces from shoes and determine which eyelets will work best. If using both straps the smaller strap goes towards the bottom.
Fig 2: For the buckles: Place the threaded post through the eyelet from the inside of the shoe. For a shoe that has five eyelets on one side, eyelets two and four 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. 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.
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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.
No-Tie Shoelaces - Hook & Loop Strap Fastener for Shoes
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