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Best Jordan Lace Swaps

Best Jordan Lace Swaps

July 24, 2018

Swapping out the laces on your shoes is one of the easiest ways to customize them to your unique taste. Finding the right pair of laces for your customs can make them stand out and can add another layer of complexity to your shoes. Here are a few ways some Jordan fans used laces to amp up their customs.

(source: @native_kicks)

These Jordan 11 lows are a prime example of using laces to emphasize a certain color. @native_kicks swaps out the stock black laces on these 11s for some red rope laces to complement the red sole on her shoes.

(source: @skinzcustoms)

These custom 3s by @skinzcustoms would be insane one their own, but the lace swap takes them to the next level. These Jordans use our Gold Plated Red Luxury Leather Laces to complete the red, white, blue, and gold colorway on these ‘Old Glory’ 3s.

(source: @koreyrudeboy)

Custom shoes are one of the best ways for super fans to rep their favorite teams, and @koreyrudeboy does exactly that with these Florida State-inspired 13s. Using metallic red and black rope laces with gold aglets, this artist perfectly applies Florida State colors to these customs.

(source: @eastwestsneakercollab)

These Cactus Jack 4s opt for Carolina Blue Flat Laces in place of the standard black laces to create a more blended look. @eastwestsneakercollab perfectly demonstrates how blending in can have just as much of an effect as trying to stand out.

(source: @astrotorfcustoms)

One of the cleanest Jordan colorways in existence. Theses ‘Satin Shattered Backboard’ 1s come with standard black laces, but @astrotorfcustoms decides to go for a pair of black leather laces instead. It’s a subtle difference, but it adds a new level of complexity to these already amazing Jordans.

 



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.