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Designer Lace Swaps

Designer Lace Swaps

May 18, 2022

The rise of street style has led to countless collaborations between sneaker companies and fashion designers. Now everyone from classic fashion houses like Louis Vuitton to young designers like Simon Porte Jacquemus are getting in on the action. Check out the latest high fashion sneaker collaborations and lace swaps ideas.

Nike x Louis Vuitton Air Force 1

(source: Sneaker News)

No one in recent memory has done more to bring the world of sneakers and high fashion together than Virgil Abloh. For years Off-White sneakers have been some of the most popular releases around. Virgil's work at Louis Vuitton has led to a collaboration with Nike on a special edition of the Air Force 1. This all white pair features uppers covered in the debossed LV logo. Add subtle color with a Light Blue Off-White Style lace swap.

Laces: Light Blue Off-White Style "Shoelaces"

Reebok x Maison Margiela Question Mid

(source: Sneaker News)

Nike isn't the only brand getting in on the designer collaboration game, Reebok and Maison Margiela are getting together for the "Memory Of" collection. The Question Mid brings Margiela's cutting edge designs to a Reebok with reinvented eyelets. Help bring focus to the laces with a Static V2 Shoelaces swap.

Laces: Static V2 Shoelaces

Nike x Jacquemus Humara

(source: Sneaker News)

Jacquemus is the latest designer to bring his vision to Nike with a collaboration releasing June 28th. While all the details are yet to be released, he's said to be putting him own spin on the Humara sneaker. Expect earth tones and clean lines, which would look great with a Beige Rope Laces swap.

Laces: Beige Rope Laces

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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.