Zubits Magnetic Shoe Closures

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Shoe laces can be quite annoying – tying them, untying them, watching them come untied as you’re running. It’s never ending really. Zubits aims to make this a problem of the past with their magnetic shoe closures.

This clever invention consists of two specially engineered magnetics that attach to the top three laces of your shoe, meaning you never have to tie a pair of shoes again.The “specially engineered” magnets are designed to be concentrated towards the face of the magnets (reducing magnetism on the outside of the units), and easily secure with a simple click. When you’re ready to remove the shoes, just pull your foot right out, causing the magnets to split. When separated, Zubits creates a huge opening, making it easy for you to slide your feet in the next time you’re ready to hit the road. There are several different colors to choose from, all of which retail for about $20. [Purchase]

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