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98% of my shoe's are converse and almost all of them have the angled checker lace configuration. So instead of one shoe lace there are two, and thus, 4 ends. What are the odd's these anchor's will function properly with 4 anchors? For the most part I don't use the top eyelets, so I could work it where I used 4 eyelets instead of two... I'm in either way, but if this is workable for my lace configuration I need to order more than one :)<br /><br />Side note: I have been looking for something like this for a while now. I even asked at Journeys far more than once. I see the Lace Anchor rep comments here, so uh just thought I'd mention upping your presence. I take care of a 25 year old who has had a few strokes, the last one major. While she has come back to darn near 100% fine motor skills will ALWAYS be an issue. All I have been able to find is those stupid elastic lace thingies. Those suck. Hard. The medical community has embraced the butt ugly velcro shoe. <br /><br />I realize the gimpy crowd is more broken hip than hipster but these could do quite a bit of awesome for folks who could use a little mainstream normalcy. Just sayin...
Orphic, thanks for the taking the time to write. I wouldn't recommend 2 Anchors behind 1 eyelet but you may be able to place 2 at the bottom eyelets and 2 at the top eyelets. Thanks for the info and thoughts on Handicap and the medical community. We are active and getting word out to these groups of people slowly but surely!