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Do your shoelaces ever get untied mid run? Do you hate double knotting your shoes or hate it when your laces aren’t long enough to double knot? Worry no more. SUMOgrips solve shoelace problems and are pretty cool! I was able to try these lace locks free of charge in exchange for a review. My opinions are my own.
The SUMOgrip Lace Locks are so easy to use. All you have to do is tie your laces however you normally do and then slide the SUMOgrip under the knot. Then you secure the ends together until you hear the click and you’re set.
I’ve tried these on a couple of runs on the treadmill and outside. My laces stayed secure and did not come undone. I can’t even feel that they’re there. Pretty Cool!! I usually tie my laces using a double knot method. I tried the SUMOgrips without double knotting and they worked great! I like the idea of not having to double knot my laces especially with short laces. It’s awesome knowing that they are secure with the SUMOgrips. There’s no need to worry about my laces. Here’s a pic of what the SUMOgrips looks like on my shoelaces.
I even put them on my kiddo’s shoes. I think these are perfect for him too haha. His laces seem to get undone more than mine. I tried them on his shoes when we were out and about for the day, and sure enough, his laces stayed secure. The only negative thing I see about them is that they can be hard to unsnap. It just takes a little more time to unsnap and untie the shoes. You can always just slip your feet out of your shoes without taking them off :P. But taking your shoes off doesn’t really matter in the grand scheme of things. It’s all about the laces not getting untied and the SUMOgrips work.
The SUMOgrips Lace Locks are great for the entire family!
- Keeps laces secure.
- Light weight.
- No stopping midrun to tie laces.
- Don’t have to worry about laces.
- Don’t have to double knot.
- Easy to transfer from different pairs of shoes.
- Great for kids too.
- Can be a little cumbersome taking off and will just take a little time to get used to.
I think SUMOgrips are great!! Check them out here http://www.sprgear.com/en/en/3-sumogrip-lace-locks . They range in price from $4.49-$4.99, depending on if you want them to be reflective.
In addition, five (yes FIVE) lucky readers will be able to win a pair of SUMOgrips to try. It is open to US residents and Canada. It will end on 1/15/2015 at 12:00 AM PST. Enter the Rafflecopter Giveway HERE.
What do you think? How do you keep your laces from getting untied?