Monday, December 5, 2016

HICKIES - No Tie Elastic Shoelaces Review


Have you heard of HICKIES?  HICKIES are no tie elastic shoelaces.  With HICKIES you can turn any pair of shoes into custom-fit slip-ons.

 
 I was sent two packages of HICKIES for review.

 HICKIES - no tie elastic shoelaces

This product has been so awesome for me!  I have been slipping my tennis shoes on for over a year now, since the beginning of my pregnancy with Baby G.  I never untied my shoes and would just slip them on and off but what that did over time is it made my shoes have a poor fit and they didn't feel good on my feet.

 
 Here you can see what my shoes look like after slipping them on and off with traditional shoelaces.

HICKIES eliminates this problem.  They allow me the same slip-on convenience but with a great custom-fit.

 
 Much better, my shoes feel snug again.

In fact, I have been enjoying them so much A started to use them on her tennis shoes.  After breaking her left wrist in October (radius and ulna), she is out of a cast but still in a splint.  Her HICKIES have definitely helped her get her shoes on and off easily and she doesn't have to worry about the laces being tied.

 
 A with her HICKIES.

HICKIES are great for adults and kids (one size fits all) and they come in a wide range of colors.  Not only are they fun but extremely functional - my kind of product.  If you are looking for a great, unique stocking stuffer these are it.

  Oh, and they are super easy to install.

Just thread HICKIES through your shoe, hook them over the oval button and tuck in the extra length and you're done.

I wish I had done this a long time ago!

Disclosure:  Thanks so much to USFamilyGuide and HICKIES for allowing me to participate in this campaign.  I received 2 packs of HICKIES for review as part of this campaign.  All opinions expressed are 100% my own.

2 comments:

Julie Waldron said...

I like the idea of using these for running shoes.

Lisa Queen said...

These Hickies are awesome! I will have to get some of these for my grandson. Thanks!