If you’re looking to replace the laces on your roller skates, you’re in luck. There are many styles out there that come in different colors, lengths and widths. So, to help narrow down the vast selection, we rounded up some solid options for you to consider. The pairs we included on our list all feature molded tips to ensure they’re easy to lace up and won’t fray. Ahead, pick your favorite and start skating in style.
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1. Core by Derby Laces
These laces are on the narrow end, measuring 6 millimeters wide. They’re super soft and have high tensile strength.
Pros: They’re offered in multiple lengths and a plethora of attractive colors.
Cons: Certain colors may not be as vibrant as they appear online.
2. KL Skate Laces
These are 10 millimeters wide and approximately 72 inches in length. They’re made from a quality waxed fiber with good tenacity.
Pros: You get two pairs (four laces in total) in either black, red or green.
Cons: Some may prefer more color options.
3. MadeComfy LED Shoelaces
This 35-inch pair has three light settings: red quick flash, red slow flash and neon rotation. The batteries last for about 60 hours.
Pros: They’re water-resistant, easy to use and come in a drawstring pouch.
Cons: Some may find them a little short.