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Tying Shoelaces a thing of the past

13 Dec 2014If you are like me you probably curse shoelaces every time you have to do them up.
As a small child I was taught how to do my shoelaces up by leaning against the corner of the wall so my left arm stays still and I dont spasm and lose it all.

While I was looking out for a blog to write, I came across an article that has this genius way of doing up shoelaces finally!

Zubits magnetic shoe closures are here. Once you lace them into your shoe the magnets connect and your shoe is done up ta da!
Costing around $20 a pair and being able to be swapped out from one pair of old shoes, to a new pair, I think is money well spent.

Id like 5 pairs please!

To get more info, go to: http://www.cnet.com/news/with-this-doodad-youll-never-have-to-tie-your-shoelaces-again/




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