Round & Flat Waxed Shoelaces

All colours, lengths and shapes

ROUND LACES




FAQ round laces

Here are some hints for the correct use.

MODEL 0481C:


Round laces with a diameter of 1.5 mm are extra thin laces. They are very popular as a stylistic device of understatement in classic welted shoes.


This effect is particularly effective on Oxford models. In some luxury shoes, the already very tight concealed eyelets have an even smaller inside diameter.


This model is the right replacement.


LACCICO®


Always the right laces.

MODEL 0482C: 


Round laces with 2 mm diameter are ideal for many types of shoes. They are purchased in shorter lengths up to 90 cm, preferably for classic leather city shoes, as well as for many fashion shoes.


For women's boots or men's ankle boots the lengths 120 cm and 150 cm are often used. And the 180 cm long shoelaces usually fit perfectly for ladies' knee-high boots


You can also find them in many designer shoes and in almost all suit shoes of all brands.


The minimum inner diameter of the eyelets should be 3-4 mm.


LACCICO®


Always the right laces.

MODEL 0483C: 


The 2.5 mm thick allround laces are ideal for all shoes with attached eyelets.


They are also suitable for shoes and bootees with lacing that combines hooks and eyes.


This also includes hiking boots, mountain boots or outdoor footwear


However, some very fine shoe brands also use somewhat narrower hooks and eyelets. For such shoes you would rather choose model 0482C. Because there is one thing you should always be aware of. The wear is always at its highest when the lace only just fits through eyelets and hooks. The easier the laces slide through the lacing holes, the longer they will last.


Not only because of their stability they are suitable for firmer footwear, but also because they fit proportionally well.


So you always create a rounded appearance.


LACCICO®


Always the right laces.

MODEL 702B: 


Our semi-waxed bicolor shoe laces with a diameter of 4 mm are characterized by the fact that they are very light despite their thickness.


Usually waxed laces are first braided and then waxed. The cord is thus completely penetrated by the wax.


With our semi-waxed shoelaces the yarns are waxed and only then braided. This has the effect that the fibres are well protected against moisture, but the laces still remain light.


In addition, they also fall a little more pleasing, which may be important to some people.


The somewhat looser braiding also makes them a little more elastic. But please do not confuse them with rubber laces.


LACCICO®


Always the right laces.

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FLAT LACES




FAQ Flat Laces

Here are some hints for correct use.

MODEL 0479C3: 


The extra slim, only 3 mm wide, waxed laces are something for real shoe freaks.


If you like to wear high-quality classic suit or designer shoes with concealed eyelets, then you can add the icing on the cake with these narrow flax laces.


True connoisseurs will immediately see the difference to the usual round laces when the special look of the lace that lies flat over the back of the foot comes into focus.


You have to take a little care when threading the lace so that the flat side lies nicely over the instep. But then these laces really come into their own.


LACCICO®


Always the right laces.

MODEL 0479C4: 


You like to wear shoes in retro style? Then these laces could be the right ones for you. In the cityscape you can often find them in ankle-high tied shoes and often in the fashion area of the Shabby Look


But just as well these elegant mid-width flats can be used for sneakers with loops instead of eyelets


Especially shoes made of rough leather provide a nice contrast, because the surface of the waxed laces looks noble and shines a bit. They look elegantly rustic, but not clumsy.


In general, you can use these 4 mm wide flat laces in all shoes with slightly larger eyelets. The minimum inner diameter of the eyelets should be 3-4 mm.


As with all flax shoelaces, you should take your time when threading the shoelaces so that the shoelace does not twist. Then you will really enjoy it and the amazed looks are guaranteed.


LACCICO®


Always the right laces.

MODEL 0479C6:


Our 6 mm wide flats are made for many different types of shoes, but they all have one thing in common: Attached eyelets or a combination of hooks and eyelets, where the inner diameter is at least 5-6 mm.


Because these eyelets are also found on low shoes, we also offer them in lengths of 75 cm and 90 cm.


Shoes with metal half rings instead of hooks or eyes are very popular with functional footwear. These half rings minimize the wear of the laces, because there is hardly any friction when tightening them. This makes laces made of natural fibres last particularly long.


6 mm wide flat laces are also ideal for mountain and hiking boots, but also for chucks and sports shoes.


Due to the certain extra surface area and the noble-looking natural material cotton, these laces really make an impression.


We have taken the liberty of threading in fancy lacings for the product photos. The great feel of the material is of course also shown to its best advantage with the classic crossover lacing.


LACCICO®


Always the right laces

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LACCICO - your specialist shop for waxed laces. We sell round and flat waxed laces in many lengths, diameters, widths and in all fashionable colours The laces are made of 100% cotton and are produced in Tuscany, Italy and expertly tested, packed and shipped from Germany. With waxed laces from LACCICO you will receive an accessory that can be used to set accents as required. Furthermore, they are also a first-class replacement for your previous laces.

Laces are no longer "only" the shoelace with which you close your lace-up shoes. Due to the large selection of variants such as flat or round laces, these in many widths, diameters and colours, almost all imaginable styles can be maintained for different occasions and purposes. 
Be inspired by the great variety of our range of waxed laces. 
For example, simply combine the colour of the laces with the colour of cufflinks, handkerchiefs or the dresses of your companion.

How is LACCICO actually pronounced? 

Thus: lattʃiko [Lattshiko]


FAQ Length


NOTE: Our recommendations refer to classic footwear. There are no fixed rules. They are all estimates. In addition, read what to look for in different types of shoes and designs. Only a measured size can be considered a binding size.

The very short 45 cm long shoe laces are often bought for baby shoes with 1-2 holes in pairs, but also for Haferl shoes this can be the right length if they only have 1 hole in pairs.


1 hole pair = 2 lacing holes per shoe

60 cm offer enough length for shoes with 2-3 holes. Such laces are often found in comfort shoes for women. But also in the segment of classic shoes in Derby models with low lacing.


1 hole pair = 2 lacing holes per shoe

For low shoes with 4-5 hole pair you should buy at least 75 cm long laces.


For most classic low shoes for men, with the so-called 5-hole lacing, the 75 cm long laces are just right. At least when it comes to slim to normal feet. Somewhat fuller feet often need the 90 length.


Especially with Derby lacings, a little more length is often required, as these lacings can be opened further. If you would use too short laces, it would mean that you would have to thread the ends of the laces through the holes every time you put on and take off your shoes.


By the way, Oxford distinguishes between shoes and Derby shoes.


Derby lacing = open lacing

Oxford lacing = closed lacing


With classic ladies' low shoes you can in principle use the same scale, but you should take one size smaller in each case.


So rather 60 cm - 75 cm instead of 75 cm - 90 cm for the five hole lacing.


Please always keep in mind that these words are suggestions based on a certain experience, but are not laws set in stone. Depending on the type of shoe and foot, there can be considerable deviations which can lead to mistakes in buying.


You can be quite sure of this if you measure the old shoelaces with a centimetre measure.


If you no longer have them, you can help yourself with a piece of string to find the right size.


1 hole pair = 2 lace holes per shoe

From 5 pairs of holes, 90 cm can be the correct length.


As already mentioned in the 75's, 90 cm laces are often requested, especially for Derby shoes.


For shoes that go a little higher, such as ankle-high boots that reach to the ankles, you can often see that they don't have that many holes.


But the distance between the lacing holes, measured from the inside to the outside of the shoe, is quite large.


Even with such shoes with possibly only 3 - 4 holes, a length of 90 cm is often required to use the lacing comfortably.


Especially with 90 cm length it is difficult to give a clear recommendation regarding the number of eyelets.


More than with all other lengths it is recommended to measure the required length.


1 hole pair = 2 lacing holes per shoe

With the length of 120 cm we gradually advance to higher regions. This refers to the half-boots, also called boots, whose upper reaches at least to the ankles and usually have 6 - 8 pairs of holes.


Often, from this height, eyelets and hooks are combined, so that from the fourth or fifth hole pair, the laces have to be placed in hooks.


By the way, it is recommended not to pull the laces towards the knees when lacing up hooks, but rather to the right and left.


When you have reached the necessary strength, insert the laces into the next hook. This reduces wear to a minimum.


1 hole pair = 2 lacing holes per shoe

With men's ankle boots from a shaft height of approx. 15 cm you often have more than 8 pairs of holes. For this it can be necessary to choose the length 150 cm.


Basically it must be mentioned that the higher the bootleg, the more there are strong deviations from the hole pair recommendations. Simply because, depending on how thick the legs are, the distance over the back of the foot or calf is greater or smaller.


Also the shoe design or style is becoming more and more important.


Mountain and hiking boots consume significantly more than length than classic city shoes.


You can be sure to walk safely if you measure the old shoelaces with a centimetre measurement.


1 hole pair = 2 lacing holes per shoe

You will find this length in the category round laces with 2 mm diameter.


The laces are best suited for ladies' knee-high boots.


But of course all shoes that need this length can be laced with them.


We will refrain from mentioning a hole few numbers here. There are too many different shoes that need this length, which are partly diametrically opposed in type and design but still need the same lacing length.

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