(PRWEB) January 8, 2003
The Easy Tie Shoelace was designed after watching children struggle with learning to tie, and realizing the hardest part for the children was holding the loops while they tried to tie them, and also after witnessing accidents happen when children stepped on their own, or someone elseÂs untied shoelace. The Easy Tie shoelaces are now being manufactured at the Pepperell Braiding Company, Pepperell, MA.
The Easy Tie Shoelaces are helping children learn to tie their own shoes, and keeping them tied. The design makes it easy enough for even a preschooler to tie them, leaving kids with a feeling of accomplishment. Unlike curly laces, these laces teach children the first steps in tying, and they stay secure without the use of locks, looking like ordinary shoelaces when tied.
Quote* Anonymous Elementary schoolteacher: I really like these. There is nothing worse than first graders who canÂt tie their own shoes. It can really be a hassle with so many children.
The Easy Tie Shoelaces are patent pending, and are available for private or retail sale at http://www.theeasytieshoelace.com and http://www.thebabyjoint.com . For more information call (978) 697- 9364.