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OrphicDragon
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Jul 28, 2013
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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...
Jul 28, 2013
LaceAnchors
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Lace Anchors
Jul 29, 2013
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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!
Jul 29, 2013
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