-Handy easy tie elastic laces designed for your comfortHaving CP, as I age, it's hard to bend over and tie my shoelaces. I usually either have to ask Mama Melissa to tie them for me, or I take them off, tie them loosely and then slip them on. But that causes the constant feeling that my shoes are going fall off.
- So Simple to use
- Great for active Sportspeople, Children, Elderly or those on the go.
- Time saving-stretch and go, easy to slip your shoes on and get moving.
- Preferred by Triathletes and multi Sportsmen and Women to get through that transition process faster.
- Mobility issues eased by the easy to pull and easy to close features.
- If you encounter difficulties with daily tasks due to arthritis or limits to the nimbleness in joints, Elastolaces will easy your way.
- Kids and Parents love them, no more shuffling around with untied laces
So, when I was offered the chance to review the Elastolaces, I gladly accepted it.
^^what I received^^
The premise of these are simple; lace shoes as normal, but instead of tying them, thread the laces through the clips and secure with the lace locks, adjust the clips to a comfortable size, then just slide your foot into the shoe and go.
^^item in use^^
I did not find these any easier to use. Even with the clips adjusted to a loose fit in the beginning, sliding my foot into my shoes required more work and most of the time, the tongue would slide down into the shoe. I suppose threading the laces through the tongue would solve this particular problem, but my daily sneakers don't have this option. Using a shoehorn did not help to put the shoe on either.
Disabled people are going to have a VERY hard time using these laces. Even if they do get the laces into the shoe as a normal lace would, the locks take a LOT of effort to close and lock completely. Unless you can thread the laces to a comfortable looseness while wearing the shoe, it will make putting the shoe on harder.
These can be purchased from Amazon for $7.75.
These are a good idea in theory, but I personally think it would be easier for a disabled person to pre-tie their tie-able shoes to a comfortable level and then double-knot them or just wear a pair of slip-on shoes.
WOULD RECOMMEND: No.
**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**