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Round or flat shoelaces?

zjpj83

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Flat like Lobbs. They are much easier to tie, slip much less, etc. I don't like those round waxy things at all.
 

Tomasso

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Flat.
 

Roger

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I like the look of flat too. However, the damn things have a nasty habit of getting twisted, which means that you have to take more care and time when lacing up ensuring that they stay flat and properly oriented when cinched up.
 

Poshak Man

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What is a good online source to buy flat dress shoe laces?
 

thelion1856

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u can buy shoe laces anywhere. try footlocker.com or payless.
 

Jovan

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Round waxy laces have never been a problem for me, unless they're cheap.
 

Poshak Man

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I can't flat shoe laces on either of the two sites. Any other online sources? Needless to say, I prefer flat laces over round ones.
 

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Try the website below--although I think I might be inclined to stay away from the Fluro Green!
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http://www.shoestringuk.co.uk/Public...5ae&laceType=6
 

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