Natural laces for your boots.
Easyshoecare is your #1 choice for buying online shoelaces, also known as, shoe strings or bootlaces. All our laces are from high quality material. Above all, they last long enough to go in your boots.
No matter what kind of shoe lace you are looking for, we have the right laces for you! We carry shoelaces in many different styles:
- Flat normal, thin and thick shoelaces
- Round normal, thin and thick shoelaces
- Waxed round and flat shoelaces – unlike other materials, these laces have no stretch which means they won’t loosen over time. They also don’t lose strength when wet. As a result, it ensures that products are durable and practical. In addition, waxed laces pass through eyelets easier and the wax helps them stay tied than un-waxed versions.
- Leather shoelaces
- Sport shoelaces
- No tie shoelaces
Tripping over dragging laces just because you can’t deal with extra length can be really annoying. The length you choose depends upon the style of your shoes, the number of holes on it, and also somehow on the size of your feet. For your choice we have different shoelaces lengths:
- 50cm = 20inch
- 60cm = 24inch
- 70cm = 27.5inch
- 75cm = 30inch
- 90cm = 35inch
- 100cm = 40inch
- 120cm = 47inch
- 150cm = 59inch
- 190cm = 75inch
You can combine our laces with your sports shoes (Jordan shoelaces, golf shoelaces), sneakers (Converse shoelaces, Vans shoelaces), athletic shoes (Nike shoelaces, Adidas shoelaces, Air Force 1 shoelaces), casual shoes (dress shoelaces), etc.
Price is for a pair, not a single lace.
How to find what size of natural laces is ideal for your boots?
The best way to find the length of shoelace you need is to look at your current laces or you need a replacement for your broken shoelaces. It’s easy!
But what if too long or too short? No problem! Certainly, shoelaces for all types of shoes are sized by the total number of holes (or eyelets). It’s important to verify how many holes are on either side of the shoe. So, count the exact number of eyelets on one shoe and divide by 2 so you can know how many pairs of eyelets your shoe has.
Secondly, find your number of pairs of eyelets in the chart below and find the coordinating length in inches or centimeters. In addition, you should consider horizontal spacing across the shoe. It could be narrow, medium or wide.