Whether your shoes are in their stock colorway or you're wearing a pair of customs, a good lace swap is one of the easiest ways you can take your kicks to the next level. Shoes like Yeezys, Boosts, NMDs, Roshes, and cleats can be taken to a whole new level with our line of rope laces. Here are a few pics for some quick inspiration.
These customs Supreme X Louis V cleats speak for themselves. Artist @kattycustoms did a great job with this design. Our Red 3M Inverse rope laces finish off this pair of customs by completing the all-red and white colorway.
Yeezys used to speak for themselves as each drop sold out in seconds. However, just like NMDs, they're all over the place nowadays. If you don't want to risk messing up the original colorway with a botched paint job, lace swaps are a great way to make your Yeezys stand out. These Infrapink rope laces show you just how much a simple lace swap can do.
As running shoes continue to become more and more popular in street wear and tech wear, it helps to know what you can do to make your fit stand out. This lace swap by @pghkickz_412 demonstrates exactly how you can do just that. Grab our Volt/Black rope laces for a similar look.
Kentucky is known throughout the country for producing some of the best athletes we've ever seen. These customs by @the_kicks_lab are perfect for the NCAA season. Grab some blue rope laces to show your support for Kentucky this year.
We thought we'd finish this up with some classic black rope laces. Making the simple switch from stock white laces to black laces can do a lot for your shoes. Black rope laces go with just about everything. No matter which kicks you're wearing today, this lace swap is a good choice, as shown in this swap from @attempts_at_progress.
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.