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 The lanyard seems to be some sort of keychain, which is how I've used it. As far as the key ring on the wallet, I suppose it could be useful if you tether it to your belt or something.
 I doubt it would even take you an ounce of the LP to double-coat a pair of boots.
 I don't think you're alone in that sentiment. Now, I haven't completely cast the brand aside, as I appreciate Eric's style and the one-man nature of his operation. However, the expediency of his shipping process has caused me to reconsider ordering a few items, especially as gifts.
 When faced with the same decision, I chose black.
 If it continues to concern you, you could take them to a cobbler and have him stitch one side of the tongue to the inside of the upper. It shouldn't be hard for them to line it up with stitching already present.
 That's a pretty amazing deal (if only my feet would grow a size).
 Considering the amount of black burnishing on the bourbon finish, I think black laces could look quite good. Good luck, and I'll wait for pictures.
 That's fantastic! It's too bad they don't make a darker brown, but if you want to see how the regular brown will look next to some bourbons, here is a picture. I'm sorry I didn't lace them up, but they're boot laces, and I was just throwing them in there for a color reference. I think they're a little light, but they might work on a boot. 
For some reason, the stock laces on those Daltons make it look like you're trying to tie up a roast.
 You could try these. They're a little bit narrower and noticeably thicker. They don't really have a dark brown, but they have some options, and the pictures on the site are pretty true to the actual colors. I recommended them in the Alden thread, and I think they would fulfill your wishes. http://www.amazon.com/Strong-Flat-Shoe-Laces-Black/dp/B007BCUI8Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1387376380&sr=8-1
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