Straces - A new Favorite in a Triathletes bag of Transition Accessories: Cut Your Transition Time now!

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Straces are stretchy elastic shoelaces that are setting a trend in the triathlon world. Why? Because of their simplicity. They make T2 faster and easier.

"I have been wearing them since the Palm Beach Marathon (where I purchased them at the expo). They are easy to use, no hassle and not complicated! I also am a triathlete and these have helped cut my transiton time, I can slip into my shoes much faster"

Straces is a new elastic shoelace company. Straces will be exhibiting at the 2010 Miami Man Triathlon on November 13 and 14 in Miami, Florida.

Straces are a totally new style of shoelace -- their is no nylon covering so they can be cut. No more tripping over excess laces! Straces provide uniform comfort to the entire foot - no lace migration! Straces do not have any plastic locking mechanisms so they provide a clean sleek look. The shoe is turned into a slip on simply by tying a knot. Go to our website to watch a recommended lacing video for tips.

Here are a few quotes from some of our triathlete customers:

"Easier to install than Yankx"
"Much cleaner look than my current lacing system that has a large plastic device on the tongue of the shoe"
"The kids in our triyouth club loved the laces. These are so much easier to use than other laces I have used"
"Shoes open and close quickly"
" I like the way I can slip the shoes on very easily while also being a good snug fit when I'm running"

Straces were originally marketed to children. When a Florida mom with two young girls decided to create a shoelace that was both fun and functional - Straces was born! The kids loved the way they felt and other people of all ages remarked on their uniqueness and sleek look. Straces have made an impact on people's lives, improving triathletes transition times, providing ease for the elderly or injured, helping moms who want an alternative to velcro and allowing people with any type of shoe to turn them into a slip on with "Style"!


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