Mom-Inventor Launches New Lace Lock Product

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Mom-Inventor introduces new shoelace lock invention to aid in child safety.

Snap-n-Step Shoelace Locks

Like so many parents, I was frustrated with constantly bending down to tie shoes in the most unfortunate of places. Then in a SNAP it came to me, Snap-n-Step!

Snap-n-Step, a mom-owned company, is releasing a brand new product to the children’s apparel and child safety marketplace. The mom-invented product is a shoelace lock that prevents children’s shoes from coming untied. “Like so many parents, I was frustrated with constantly bending down to tie shoes in the most unfortunate of places. Then in a SNAP it came to me, a fashion-conscious, simple to use product that saves time, eliminates frustration and keeps your children safe, both on and off the athletic field…Snap-n-Step!” Nicole Williams-Carson, Snap-n-Step Owner and Inventor.

Created by mamapreneur, Nicole Williams-Carson, Snap-n-Step was invented as a solution for keeping her children’s shoelaces tied. The Snap-n-Step is a product that snaps over the bow knot of the child’s shoelace, locking it in place and preventing laces from coming untied. The product consists of a short piece of nylon webbing with Velcro on the inside to grip the shoelaces and is secured in place around the tied laces with a snap. The Snap-n-Step comes in a wide variety of colors and patterns and is also CPSIA compliant. This one size fits all shoelace lock will work on any shoe with laces and is suitable for ages 4 and up, including adults.

Snap-n-Step are available for wholesale and retail purchase. They are made in the USA and the packaging is printed using vegetable ink at a local 100% wind energy powered plant using sustainable paper from well managed forests. For more information about Snap-n-Step and to view the product, please visit http://www.snapnstep.com/.
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If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Nicole Williams-Carson, please call 714-393-0134 or e-mail snapnstep(at)gmail(dot)com.

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