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"Comfortable alternatives to laces: On shoes compared"

No-tie laces and On shoes are both innovative solutions to that pesky loose lace problem. They are especially useful for athletes who don't have time to re-tie their shoes during training or competition.

But they are also suitable for people who have difficulty tying their shoes, for example due to handicaps or age.

In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at how these two options work and when they're best.

No-tie shoelaces are a type of shoelace that does not require tying. They consist of two elastic bands that are connected to each other and automatically adjust to the size of the foot. These straps are placed in the shoe opening and then attached to the side of the shoe.

There are different types of laces without ties, such as the "Hickies", which are particularly suitable for athletes, or the "Laceswap", which are suitable for all types of shoes.

On shoes are shoes that do not require laces. Often referred to as "slip-on shoes", they are particularly comfortable to wear as they are easy to put on and take off.
On shoes come in many different styles and materials, from sneakers to boots. They are especially handy for people who travel fast and don't have time to tie their shoelaces.

Both options, no-tie laces and On shoes, have their pros and cons. No-tie shoelaces provide a convenient and quick way to put on and take off shoes without having to tie your laces.
However, they are not suitable for all types of shoes and may not be as secure as tied shoelaces for certain activities, such as mountaineering or rock climbing.
On shoes, on the other hand, are very comfortable, but they offer less support and stability than classic laces.

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