How To Add A Touch of Color To Your Footwear The Easy Way

How To Add A Touch of Color To Your Footwear The Easy Way

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A Stylish everyday accessory

When Bondi Laces Co-founder Vinson Leow bought a pair of blue cotton wax laces to replace the broken laces on his Italian dress shoes, they looked great. After about a month of use, he noticed the color began to fade and the laces themselves started to fray.

Frustrated, he would go on to partner with Nelson Chan who together would bring a completely new take on a very underrated accessory. Shoe laces might seem like a simple necessity, but much like your watch, scarf, gloves, hat and wallet, they are in fact one of the main characters that play a major role in how your outfit comes together. And while they usually come in standard color options, adding a touch of color to them makes a big difference.

Created for dapper gents with impeccable style that take pleasure in the details, each pair of these colorful shoelaces has been reinforced with copper tips in silver, gold or rose gold. Combining these luxury details with a 10 year guarantee Bondi Laces has produced the best shoelaces a gentlemen can buy.

Inspired by the Australian lifestyle with colors such as Uluru Red, Tim Tam and Bondi Blue, these renegade laces give you the freedom to walk your way.
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Brandon Harris

One of the most unique individuals you'll ever meet, largely because I enjoy having discussions about any and everything. A rigorous passion for fashion and fast cars, plus ... I won't eat up all the food if you invite me over for Sunday Football.

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Brandon Harris

One of the most unique individuals you'll ever meet, largely because I enjoy having discussions about any and everything. A rigorous passion for fashion and fast cars, plus ... I won't eat up all the food if you invite me over for Sunday Football.

All stories by:Brandon Harris