Untied laces have been linked to numerous accidents while running, playing sports, bicycling and riding escalators. Snap-n-Step solves these problems and helps avoid accidents by taking the untied laces out of the equation for everyone ages 4 to 104.
Fullerton, CA (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
Snap-n-Step, a mom-invented product, is a shoelace lock that prevents children’s shoes from coming untied. “As a mother of 3 very active children, I noticed how often they were tripping on untied laces causing scraped knees and bruised elbows. I was compelled to do something about it, especially after seeing numerous incidents involving untied laces on my children’s sports fields.” Nicole Williams-Carson, Snap-n-Step Owner and Inventor.
The Snap-n-Step is a product that snaps over the bow knot of a child’s shoelace, locking it in place and preventing the laces from coming untied. “Untied laces have been linked to numerous accidents while running, playing sports, bicycling and riding escalators. Snap-n-Step solves these problems and helps avoid accidents by taking the untied laces out of the equation for everyone ages 4 to 104.” Nicole Williams-Carson.
Snap-n-Step is available in a wide variety of colors and patterns and is also CPSIA compliant. These one size fits all lace locks will work on any shoe with laces, including but not limited to cleats, sneakers, ice skates, dress shoes, casual and roller skates. Sports and recreation coaches have been quick see the need and have embraced the product, “3 weeks, 9 games, 36 pairs of cleats and no untied laces!” Coach Robert Pillon, Fullerton Rangers youth soccer.
Snap-n-Step 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. They are available for wholesale and retail purchase. For more information about Snap-n-Step and to view the product, please visit http://www.snapnstep.com/.
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.