Upgrade the shoes you love, for however you move.
Works in any shoe with eyelets.
One size fits all.
Smart, adaptive fit for better performance and comfort.
Never tie again—move uninterrupted.
Clean, streamlined look for modern footwear.
Adjustable tightness. See How >>
Easy and comfortable—simply slip on and off.
Our experience with traditional laces has been far from perfect. They are either too tight or too loose, always come untied, and look messy. The HICKIES® Lacing System is a no-tie shoelace alternative designed to adapt to your life and how you move. Our modular design and smart material allow you to target how your shoe fits along different parts of your foot, providing personalized comfort and flexibility with each step. Whether running, traveling, training, or on your feet all day, your shoes will fit like a glove and look better, too. Once you install HICKIES® laces, you’ll never have to tie or untie your shoes again. Slip shoes on to run errands, walk the dog, or switch between pairs with ease. Bright, easy, and customizable, the HICKIES® Lacing System is a universal product fit for everyone.Trying HICKIES® laces for the first time? See How It Works
Too tight or too loose? See How To Adust >>
- 14 straps included per pack, enough for 1 pair of shoes.
- Each strap measures 116mm long.
- Updated strap and closure design for increased durability and security.
- Works in any shoe with eyelets. See How >>
- One Size, Adjustable. See How to Adjust >>
- Made from durable thermoplastic elastomer
- No Latex.
- Made in Mexico.
- *Shoes sold separately.
- Reviews (3)
- Questions (0)
Easy to use (for adults) kids had a little trouble lacing with them though.
Solved my problem.
As I have osteoarthritis in my hands, it is impossible for me to tie shoe laces. Hickies has made it easier to get into and out of all my shoes and sneakers. The selection of colors make it fun to experiment or match the shoe color.
Nice but could use more colours, came undone once.
Nice but could use more customisable or extensive colour combos, even a kind of computerised match to colour of my shoes, came undone once.