No-tie shoelaces are great for runners, kids and even for older folks who may have a hard time bending down to tie their shoelaces. Complete with a stretchy spiral design, they stay in place without needing to be tied or adjusted, effectively turning any pair of shoes in your closet into slip-ons. If you’re in the market for a pair, you’ve come to the right place. We rounded up a few of our favorite elastic shoelaces on the market. They’re all made with durable materials and feature no-fray tips to keep them from falling apart.
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1. Willbond No-Tie Laces
These laces are 6 inches long but measure just over 47 inches long when fully stretched. They’re rendered from polyester and latex, making them very durable.
Pros: You get 12 pairs in a pack. They come in a neutral and vibrant variety of colors, including rainbow.
Cons: Some may find them difficult to install.
2. FootMatters No-Tie Laces
These elastic spiral laces stretch out to approximately 36 inches.
Pros: They’re offered in a bevy of colors including neon yellow. You can also opt for a multicolored pack of 10 pack.
Cons: Some may find them too big for little kids’ shoes with small eyelets.
3. Silly Feet No-Tie Laces
Silly Feet’s elastic spring “Crazy” laces come in a pack of 10 pairs.
Pros: You can choose from an assortment of neon or pastel colors.
Cons: Some may find them to be a tad flimsy.