No matter the situation, there’s nothing more frustrating than having to stop every few minutes to retie your shoelaces. Velcro styles are an easy solution to the problem, and they’re not just for kids anymore, either. Nowadays, a range of brands are offering sophisticated velcro options for women, featuring streamlined silhouettes and luxe finishes. Brands like Puma have even updated some of their classic styles with security features for on-trend looks that will easily fit into your closet. Ahead, we’ve rounded up some our favorite velcro styles that don’t sacrifice style for ease of access.
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1. Vince Women's Cage Sneaker
Vince Women’s Cage Sneaker is finished in smooth suede and features an elevated platform for a subtle boost of height. Meanwhile, the large velcro front strap keeps feet secure while seamlessly blending into the design.
Pros: This style comes in four versatile shades.
Cons: It tends to run small.
2. Dr. Scholl's Women's Madi Strap Sneaker
Dr. Scholl’s Madi Strap sneaker features a laidback fabric upper complete with three velcro straps. It also uses the brand’s Be Free energy tech insoles to support the foot.
Pros: These come in a blush and navy-gray color.
Cons: The shoe may be stiff upon first wear.
3. Puma Basket Platform Sneakers
Puma’s retro Basket style is set atop a 1.5-inch platform and features a polished leather upper with a single hook and loop strap for optimal lockdown.
Pros: These come in white, black and and a rosy pink color.
Cons: The “Apple Cinnamon” or pink colorway may appear lighter in pictures than in person.