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The Yankz! Sure Lace System Difference Many important factors make the Yankz! Sure Lace distinct: A personalized fit with two different points of adjustment on the shoe, creating the most comfortable fit. Expandable lace cords form to your foot and reduce blistering and bruising. Available in many color combinations, including reflective colors for early morning and night activity. Uniquely designed for many different sports such as walking, running, aerobics, biking and other sports. And finally, you never tie laces again Yankz! Sure Lace System Instructions Using the Yankz! Sure Lace System is easy – anyone can do it.
Step 1 : With the Yankz! logo on the buckle facing toward your ankle, lace the shoe from top to bottom (ankle to toe).
Step 2 : Thread cord ends completely through holes at the wide end of the toe clip and back out through the openings on the side.
Step 3 : Pull upward on cord loop (not plastic) above casing, and slide the casing down toward shoe until it stops. Push T-Bar pin into casing to secure loop position. Stretch cord loop downward and secure into "hook" of toe clip. Cord loop should be snug as shown on packaging cover. Shoe slips on and off easily, without having to unlock the system! Fit should be comfortable and secure, not tight.
Step 4 : If the fit is too tight, or loop too short, pull some of the excess cord back through toe clip and redistribute the slack by pulling cords up through eyelets towards the ankle. If the fit is too loose or loop is too big, feed cord down from ankle area through toe clip.
So, I have been using Yanks Sure Lace System for the last 2 years and i love them. The system makes it very easy to transition from my bike shoes into my running shoes. The System has allowed me to decrease my transition times significantly. I would recommend these laces to all triathletes and marathon runners. The other reason why i enjoy using Yanks is because i don't have to worry about my shoelaces becoming untied while i run. Jeffrey Lemberger on 15th Oct 2015