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Clipzeez Kept My Laces In Place

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

I can't count the number of times that my shoe laces have come undone during a run. I can tell you that at least during 2 different races (and yes my laces were double knotted) they've come undone. During once race they came untied twice! My fingers were frozen, and I literally couldn't retie them. So I ran the last half mile of the race with my shoe untied.

So, I was curious when I heard about Clipzeez. What exactly is that? Well, it's a functional stylish way to keep your shoes tied!



I tried them for the very first time at the Hershey 10K (Gasp, I know, I tried something brand new on race day - which is something that I never do. But I felt comfortable that these would work). 

And they worked great. It was was a cool rainy day. I watched the instructional video, put them on my shoes and went on my way. 


One with - one without

I forgot that I was wearing them. They didn't bother me at all while running. My laces stayed in place, and they were easy to remove once I was finished. I've only had them a short time, so I can't state about their durability. But from the time that I've had them, I would consider them very durable. I also received some extra caps in case I lost one. (On a side note, they can also be used for children's shoes.) 

Overall, I'm very pleased with Clipzeez and I would definitely recommend them to friends and family. You can purchase them here

Check out this instructional video. 






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