Posted on 10th May 2015
Here at Lace Anchors® we always take your comments and suggestions seriously. We've had some serious requests for rope shoelaces or more commonly known as round shoelaces. We stepped up in a big way. We will be offering 3 different styles/designs of round shoelaces in 8 different colors of each style. Each style/color of these shoelaces will be offered in 4 different sizes/lengths - 36", 45", 54", 63". These custom ropes stick the Janoskis on another level!
How to Keep Your Shoe Tongue in Place Have you ever been so fed up with a slipping shoe tongue that you wonder why it’s on the shoe at all? While we totally understand your frustration, we can assure you that the tongue is an integral part of your shoe’s design. In fact, the tongue of your shoe serves a [...]
We’ve all had the uncomfortable and sometimes embarrassing experience of heel slippage in our shoes. Whether we’re talking about heels slipping out of sneakers, running shoes or casual shoes, it’s a problem that many people experience. Stop the dreaded heel slippage by following a few simple guidelines: Make sure your shoe is the right size. This is integral [...]
There’s no doubt that Vans are one of the hottest brands on the market. Whether you’re hanging out or playing hard, you want to show off a shoe that’s completely unique. To make your style even more individualized, tying Vans laces in cool ways is a great option. Fortunately, there are plenty of lacing options, especially when you want to [...]
This is our take on the 3 most common styles of shoelaces - flat shoelaces, round shoelaces and oval shoelaces. Flat shoelacesFlat style laces have been around for a LONG time. In fact while researching laces I would say this is where it all started. Of course when I say "where it all started" I [...]
First and foremost, I am not a writer. I have horrible grammar, spelling and punctuation. You have been warned! I barely graduated high school and if I could go back and pay attention to just 1 class throughout all my school years it would be English. In order to graduate I was taking a before [...]