About The Invention
Hide Ugly Laces – Keep Laces Secure – For Adults or Kids – Comfortable
The Lace Down Insole is something which can help a style trend that has been around for many years. It is meant for people of any age who would like to have that clean look for their shoe laces. Anyone who has done the straight crossover on their laces knows it’s a pain to push them into the shoe and keep them there without falling out over time. They also know it makes your shoe uncomfortable. The idea with the Lace Down Insole is to make the laces comfortable in the shoe while hiding them and keeping them nice and tight at all times. The insole is comfortable and opens on one end.
Inside are Velcro strips that allow the laces to be stuck in place. It will be very difficult to pull the laces out over time since the entrance areas because they are also lined with Velcro to ensure extra stability. The insole will stay closed by small strips of Velcro as well. This will ensure the two haves are not slipping and deforming on each other. This will also be great for kids so people no longer have to buy Velcro shoes and have ugly Velcro straps on them. It also keeps parents from having to tie the laces every five seconds.
Overall the Lace Down Insole is a great, simple and cost efficient, product that will solve a few issues people have had for a long time when trying to conceal laces. It’s a product that will be most popular among all age groups and would work with any shoe or boot.This product would be low cost on the retail shelf and could sell in any big box, and specialty, stores making it a high volume sales product.
About the Inventor
“Lace Down Insole”
The inventor, Jonathan Berry, lives in Aurora, Colorado and had an idea for a better way to hide your laces inside your insole.
Jonathan contacted the Mars Rising Network and had a provisional and design patent application filed and had the invention designed properly so that he may see success with this great idea and turn it into a real product.
He is actively seeking a company that would have an interest in licensing the product for a royalty.
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The Lace Down Insole
Jonathan Berry, Inventor
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