Nite Ize KnotBone LaceLock

Nite Ize KnotBone LaceLock


The Nite Ize KnotBone LaceLock adjust laces neatly to the perfect fit.


  • Works with almost every shoe or boot lace on the market
  • Ennsures a consistent perfect fit
  • Can be configured to tighten and secure laces or can be used to quickly cinch laces without locking
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Forget messy shoelace knots that trip you up, loosen, or come undone altogether. Adjust your laces neatly to the perfect fit, and keep them that way all day long with our ingenious, lightweight KnotBone LaceLock.

The KnotBone LaceLock is perfect for anyone who likes it when their shoes stay tied - from serious athletes on the field to toddlers on the playground. With a simple wrap-and-lock maneuver, this clever little device eliminates the need to tie your shoes - adjust your laces to the tension you want, lock them down, and they stay that way throughout your entire day.

Because it ensures a consistent perfect fit, the KnotBone LaceLock is ideal when you're training, running a race, or playing any competitive sport that depends on secure, agile foot action. And, if you're heading out on a quick errand, want to slip your on shoes and don't need them tight, you just can thread your laces through the LaceLock's back, cinch and go.

But of course you don't have to be an athlete to appreciate the comfort of a well-fitting shoe, or the convenience of never having to tie, re-tie, double-tie or untie your laces again. Our KnotBone LaceLock works on almost any lace-up shoes, delighting tie-free owners of all ages in the process.

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  • Packaged with two KnotBone LaceLocks and two Lace Caps
  • Works with almost every shoe or boot lace on the market
  • Can be configured to tighten and secure your laces or can be used to quickly cinch your laces without locking - perfect for slipping your boots on to run to the mailbox or other quick tasks without having to tie your laces!
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Nite Ize KnotBone LaceLock KLL-03-2PK01 KnotBone LaceLock
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