Teal and purple dress shoelaces.
Made in the USA on antique machines.
Add Metal Aglets
Wondering what size lace you need for your shoes? Simply count the number of eyelets in your shoes. Below is a suggested chart of average lace sizing but every shoe is different.
Sizing also depends on several factors, how loose or tight you tie your shoe, do you like to double tie, and the make and brand of your shoe. If in doubt, take out the laces of your shoes and measure them.
||2-3 eyelets (small childrens shoes or some mens dress shoes)
||3-4 eyelets (small childs tennis shoe or mens dress shoe)
||4-6 eyelets (conventional tennis shoe)
||6-9 eyelets (high top tennis shoe)
||9-12 eyelets (tall boots)
||12-14 eyelets (ice or roller skate)
||14-17 eyelets (extra tall boots, some roller skates)