TacLace makes lacing easy, and could save time when seconds count

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For those who wear boots regularly, lacing and unlacing them can be a drag.  Properly laced boots can have a big impact your performance while wearing them, but sometimes you may need to lace them quickly. I stumbled upon TacLace (see what I did there?) when I was researching boots to wear during a GORUCK event. Patent-pending TacLace was designed to allow you to quickly lace and unlace your boots. Just install, then pull, cinch and wrap and you are on the move. Designed for use in a tactical environment, they can be used by anyone whose boots have a neck and laces. Tested by the U.S. Army, U.S. Marines and outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes, TacLace is proven for use in the field and at work and also meet military dress code regulations. Available in Black, Foliage Green, and Coyote Tan for $17.99 each and Realtree Xtra for $19.99. Hike over to www.taclace.com for details.

 

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  • Jay Turner January 28, 2015, 6:10 pm

    Andy,

    On behalf of TacLace we appreciate your business and your gleaming review. We’re glad TacLace worked so well for you that you felt compelled to share it online for others to find. And as head of marketing, if you don’t terribly mind, I might just have to steal the line, “hike over to taclace.com.” Clever stuff. Happy hiking, my friend.

    • Andy Jacobs January 28, 2015, 10:24 pm

      Jay, thank you very much for the kind words. However, I wanted to point out that the above is not an actual review, but a news item. I do not own a set of TacLaces, I just thought they looked like a very unique and useful product, so I wanted to share them with the readers here at The Gadgeteer. If I ever acquire a set of TacLaces, I will certainly do a review and post it here. And hey, you’re welcome for the new slogan! 😉

      • Jay Turner January 29, 2015, 12:29 am

        Well that’s an easy fix. Black, foliage green, or coyote tan? I’ll send you a pair.

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