Lace Anchors 2.0 Frees You from the Shackle of Bow Knots
For some people, including me, tying and untying shoe laces are really impractical. Sure, it won’t take a minute to do that but consider how much time you will if you constantly do that every morning for two decades. That’s why I always leave my shoes untied. Indeed, it looks totally messy but I’m fine with that. Now if you’re interested with the idea of slip-on shoes yet you don’t want to look all messed up like I do, this tiny clipper might help you. Called Lace Anchors 2.0, it’s designed to free you from the shackle of ugly bow knots.
Charles Harris, the designer, is a hardcore runner and a sufferer of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). For him, tying and untying shoe laces are even more annoying. You might not live with the same situation but there are still a host of good reasons why you need to consider getting Lace Anchors 2.0. One of them is that bow knots are all ugly. Have you ever noticed that all shoes displayed on the glass shelves of any retail stores don’t have them? Harris explains such reasons more interestingly in his Kickstarter campaign and below is his pitch video.
Using Lace Anchors 2.0 needs a little attention but it’s not more than slipping your laces through a set of holes the anchors have. To make it a lot easier to you, Harris has even made a tutorial in another video.
Pretty easy, right? Not to say that they make your shoes look a lot neater and if you’re willing to spend some time to learn the art of shoe laces (yeah, it exist!) you can even look more stylish. Three pairs of Lace Anchors 2.0 will be delivered to your doorstep if you don’t mind a pledge of $10.