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The Houndstooth pattern is a hit, and naturally, we follow the trends. The Houndstooth pattern originates from Scotland, where it was used by shepherds for its camouflage abilities. The pattern has been associated with luxury and was widely embraced by many major fashion houses, particularly during the 1960s.
These are wider black & white shoelaces that will never go out of style. You'll undoubtedly find a matching garment in your wardrobe. Of course, "Stockholm" is engraved on the gold metal tips. These shoelaces are 2 cm wide and available in a length of 120 cm.
They can also be referred to as pepita pattern or pepita squares.
- Material: Satin
- Color: Black and white
- Length: 120cm
- Width: 2cm
- Shape: Flat shoelaces
- Gold metal tip
- Care instructions: The shoelaces can be washed in a laundry bag at 30 degrees, but they are best rinsed with dish soap and warm water, with a gentle rub.
Wider shoelaces are perfect for lacing up your shoes. For an extra stylish touch, try a "straight-lacing" technique - find several different ways to lace up your shoes HERE.
Matching your clothes with the color of your shoes is always fun, but instead of buying new shoes, you can simply change the shoelaces. This small detail of "just" changing shoelaces makes a significant difference; you must try it as it gives your shoe a completely new look.
If you're convinced already, you can find more colors of satin ribbons HERE.
It's the perfect little gift for someone who has everything, and the stylish packaging from The Shoelace Brand elevates the luxury feel of the product.
- 100cm best fits 3-5 lace holes & 120cm best fits shoes with 5-8 lace holes
- 1 box contains 2 shoelaces
- Free shipping when you order over SEK 300
- All orders placed on weekdays before 11.30 are shipped the same day, everything ordered after 11.30 is sent the next weekday.
The shoelaces are suitable for sneakers, gym shoes, boots, lace-up shoes. However, most fin shoes with laces have a super small eyelet (metal ring) around the lace hole either at the front or back of the lace hole which can make it difficult for the metal tip to go through. There can also be small eyelets on boots, shoes, sneakers, but not as common. If there is no eyelet on the Finnish shoes, it is fine to use these shoelaces BUT Finnish shoes often do not require more than 65-75cm of shoelace, so ours may be a little too long depending on the number of lace holes the Finnish shoes have.
How you swap shoelaces
How you swap shoelaces
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