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“Great customer service, excellent quality, fast delivery.” 5/5

Packaging: Lace Jam have gone for a minimalist look, with these resealable foil bags which allows them to be re-used to store your laces whenever your swapping them over.

Quality: The quality of the laces is good, while both being robust and strong showing no signs of fraying, the sizing of the laces are standard so you wont have any problems lacing up most trainers. These laces were used in models such as the Air Max 1, Air Max 95 and Asics Gel Lyte. The first thing I noticed is once you replace the stock laces you won’t even have to tie up your rope laces, just pull to comfort, your feet wont slip out of the shoe at all!

Details: In regards to the colours on the laces Lace Jam have matched them to popular model colours perfectly. In regards to the two colour laces like the Breds, the black and red are matched evenly same goes for the Bumblebee, again both colours are evenly balanced in tone rather then one colour being brighter then the other.

Price: If you’re a sneaker head who spent £100 plus pounds on your crepes and got stock laces with them, then £4.99 is not a high price to pay to gain some individuality.

Variety: Lace Jam’s variety is immense they have colour ways that relate to many popular sneakers eg. Breds, 3m, Carolina blue, 23 Red etc.

Delivery: On point they promise both free shipping and next day delivery, I ordered them on Tuesday before 5pm and received them Wednesday morning.

Customer Service:  Top marks here the company is always maned and available for contact on any social network you will get a response within working hours.

Notes: Another thing to bear in mind is that these are great for runners, especially if you run at night as the 3m laces are easily seen when light hits them so thats thumbs up safety use for this product. Another product that they provide is the grenades, which are lace locks. Unlike the Air Jordan lace locks that loosen as you wear your trainers throughout the day, the lacejam version is a lace LOCK once used there is no need to tie your shoe laces.

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