Elite Hockey Prolace Waxed Molded Tip Laces

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Elite Hockey Prolace Waxed Molded Tip Laces

Elite Hockey Prolace Waxed Molded Tip Laces

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Waxed Molded Tipped Laces is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 16.
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Wax hockey laces grip tighter and resist absorbing water to stay tighter throughout the game!
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Waxed laces are the only way to fly... These laces are fantastic for staying in place and making lacing easy on the hands. The stock laces that came with my Ribcore 50k White Ice skates were pure garbage compared to these. The lower laces stay nicely in place even after you take your skates off and when tightening the upper portion of the skate these STAY tight as you move up the skate. I'm not sure how the lack of wax issue happened with one of the previous reviewers but I suspect that was a fluke as these have plenty of wax on them. Long story short, if you're not using wax laces, get these you'll never look back. (If you want to see a picture of the laces on skates I also reviewed the Ribcore 50k White Ice skates and they are on there...120" length was perfect.)
Date published: 2016-06-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from lace ends break, lots of wax When this product says they will hold your laces tight they mean it. There is an overabundance of wax on the laces. It works but almost to a fault. The first couple times I took them out I spent a larger than normal time adjusting my laces to get them right. Now it is a breeze and I rarily mess with them. This product would of gotten a better review from me hadn't one of the lace ends on my left skate break off while i was lacing the skateup. Nothing a bic lighter couldn't fix but seriously the first use?
Date published: 2011-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps skates tighter I originally started buying these for my kids' skates, because they'd work their stock laces loose and they'd come untied during 2-hour in-house sessions. Since I bought new skates, though, I'm ordering a pair for myself to help hold the skates tighter, especially as I break them in. The tips on these are really durable, unlike the laces that come with skates. They'll save you the frustration of having to try to thread frayed ends through the eyelets. They are worth every bit of $3.99, that's for sure.
Date published: 2010-12-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waxed? Not Really I had purchased these laces a while back but just put them in my skates today. By the time i got off the ice the wax was already completely off the laces. They looked great, but the wax was terrible and was gone as soon as it got wet, do not recommend waisting your time with these laces if you want waxed laces
Date published: 2013-05-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Uggggh way too much wax. while the laces did live up to the rep of holding the skate tight, there was too much wax on the laces making it impossible to use, let alone untie the skates. one suggestion is to put the laces through the wash a couple times to take off some of the wax, then the laces are tolerable.
Date published: 2011-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sooooooo much better! Why didn't I try waxed laces sooner? No more troubles with laces loosening up. Used to have to firm up my laces 2x-3x at beginning of skates. Now they go on tight and stay that way! Only drawback is that they take longer to remove as the laces are really in there firmly with the wax. Happy trade off!
Date published: 2012-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best wax laces I've ever used. These laces don't really feel like wax because they're not really stiff, but they are easy to cinch up when you're lacing your skates. I really like the tips as well, because they have a thick plastic shell and don't get torn up and frayed easily. These laces are extremely durable.
Date published: 2011-07-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Waxed laces? These laces are barely waxed and they're slick. The wax laces that I've used typically stay tied and grab. These laces don't grab, and they frequently come untied. Total aggravation, I changed them after a few weeks of noticing that my skates were coming untied on the ice.
Date published: 2012-03-16
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Elite Prolace Waxed vs. Elite Pro S700 Waxed Laces?

How are these Elite Prolace Waxed Laces different from the Elite Pro S700 Waxed Laces? You sell both products so I'm guessing there is a difference.
Asked by: Anonymous
There is not a whole lot of difference. The Pro S700 are just the newer version of the originals.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2017-05-24

Are the tips of the laces metal or plastic?

I would like to purchase these laces for roller skates.
Asked by: Anonymous
plastic
Answered by: FiveHole
Date published: 2017-05-24

Does the package include laces for both skates or just one?

Asked by: BrendanLee
Both!
Answered by: FiveHole
Date published: 2017-05-24

What size laces should i get

1 For youth 10 and one for junor 4.5
Asked by: Anonymous
Matter of personal preference., E.g. I am not a big fan of lots of extra laces flopping around when I lace up. So, I buy them shorter. Other guys like the extra lacing.
Answered by: FiveHole
Date published: 2017-05-24

What is better to get for roller hockey, waxed or unwaxed laces?

Asked by: Anonymous
You can use either the waxed or the non-waxed laces. Its a personal preference. The benefit of the waxed laces is that they will stay tighter for a longer period of time due to the stiffness of the laces.
Answered by: Nathan
Date published: 2017-05-24
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