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Build Your Own Breds.

July 17, 2015

The Bred colorway is iconic: black and red, little bit of white simple as that. You could probably argue that the sneakers that originally came in this colorway, the Jordan 1’s, started the sneaker craze. While most models of the Air Jordan and Jordan Retros have come in some version or another, making custom Breds has long since been a favorite.

You don’t want to do this classic colorway a disservice by doing it boring, right? There are many different ways to paint a pair of sneakers using three different colors, but unless you think outside the box, they’re not going to pop.

(Source: solecollector.com)

So we recommend finishing your custom sneakers or restoration projects off with a clean pair of laces. But not just clean laces, rope laces, 3M’s, XI ropes, etc.

If you’re specifically doing a class Bred colorway, think about our Black and Red Rope Laces. These things are technical without being too obnoxious. Plus you still keep the general theme of your colorway.

The Jordan 11’s in the Bred colorway are one of those models that get relaunched every couple years, and they always sell out. If you do happen to get a pair, we have your replacement laces. No seriously, we make the best XI Rope laces on the market that are the best fit, maybe the perfect fit for you J 11’s.

Try out these Red XI Rope Laces on your Bred’s. They’re real bright and crisp! So if you’re black ones get boring, or you just need a fresh pair, give us a holler.

When we say we have a set of laces for any Jordan 1-inspired custom, we’re not kidding. So if you’re getting a pair ready to match that 23 jersey, think about switching it up with a pair of our laces!



Sizing Chart

Lace Lab Sizing Chart*

Number of Eyelets Lace Length
3 Eyelets 30 Inches
4 Eyelets 36 Inches
5-6 Eyelets 45 Inches
6-7 Eyelets 54 Inches
7-8 Eyelets 63 Inches

 *Sizing varies from shoe to shoe. Please use this chart as a rough estimate. For best results, please measure the length of your original laces. If you are between two sizes using our chart, we recommend choosing the shorter length for most applications.