Janiro silicone straps
Flat shoes in summer, sports shoes while running-we are happy if we don't have to tie the shoes every time. Flexible laces or Janiro are increasingly replacing our well-known conventional ribbons. The advantage is obvious. You save the cords and the shoes are quickly tightened. But which valley holds up well? What are the differences among manufacturers?
Janiro instead of shoelaces
[amazon _ link asinsonymous 'B076P713X3,B078Z22TM7.B07JYT355H ' template = ' ProductCarousel ' storeef-off all'run04-21 ' marketplace = ' DE ' link_id='54aff070-df96-41f4-8ee7-0b225583a758 '] The benefits are clearly defined – the Janiro should completely eliminate the daily shoe binding. We also ordered a pack and tested it for you. In the test we have the black variant, the other sculls differ only in color. Material and handling are always the same. The delivered Janiro are contained in an identical length in an elongated pack. The installation is very simple. After removing the old shoelaces, it can start. The silicone straps can be easily removed. On one side they have a small loop, the other side offers the counterpart to holding. The overlying silicone nose is hidden in a small hole available for this purpose, so that the whole thing looks neat. The new tapes are inserted individually, whether over cross or horizontal is a matter of personal taste. Stress with putting the shoes on was yesterday. Just slip into your shoes and have a direct feel of a tied shoe. Our concerns that the shoes are sitting too loose or uncomfortable could be allayed after first wearing them. The Janiro can be ordered in a variety of colours. Just click up or google the search term.
Alternative rubber bands
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