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When it comes to lacing up your boots, getting the right lace length is crucial. Whether you’re replacing old laces or buying new ones, knowing the correct shoelace length ensures a perfect fit and prevents discomfort. Determining the right lace length may seem tricky, but with a few simple steps, you can easily find the perfect match. In this guide, we’ll walk you through eight different methods to determine the ideal boot lace length.

1. Measure Your Current Laces

One of the easiest ways to determine the right lace length is to measure your current laces. Remove the laces from your boots and lay them flat on a surface. Use a tape measure to measure the length from tip to tip. Round up to the nearest whole number for the closest lace length.

2. Use a Lace Sizing Chart

Many manufacturers provide lace sizing charts on their websites or product packaging. These charts typically correlate boot size with the recommended lace length. Simply find your boot size on the chart to determine the appropriate lace length.

3. Follow Manufacturer Recommendations

If you’re unsure about the right lace length, it’s always best to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations. Check the product description or packaging for any guidelines on lace length based on boot size.

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4. Consider the Number of Eyelets

The number of eyelets on your boots can also help determine the right lace length. Generally, boots with fewer eyelets require shorter laces, while boots with more eyelets need longer laces. Refer to a sizing guide or ask a sales representative for advice based on your boot’s eyelet count.

5. Use the “Rule of Thumb”

A simple rule of thumb is to use one inch of lace for every set of eyelets on your boots. For example, if your boots have six pairs of eyelets, you would need a 54-inch lace (6 x 9 = 54).

6. Consider Boot Style and Lacing Technique

Certain boot styles and lacing techniques may require longer or shorter laces. For example, boots with a high shaft or intricate lacing patterns may need longer laces to ensure they can be properly secured.

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7. Account for Personal Preference

Ultimately, the right lace length may also depend on your personal preference. Some people prefer longer laces for a more customizable fit, while others prefer shorter laces for a cleaner look. Consider how you like your boots to fit and adjust the lace length accordingly.

8. Consult a Professional

If you’re still unsure about the right shoe lace eyelets length for your boots, don’t hesitate to consult a professional. Visit a shoe store or boot retailer and ask for assistance in determining the correct lace length for your specific boots.

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Miles Anthony Smith

Miles is a loving father of 3 adults, devoted husband of 24+ years, co-chief sneakerhead (along with his wife Carolyn) at Loop King Laces, author, entrepreneur, investor, & owner of several businesses (AmaLinks Pro, Why Stuff Sucks, & Kompelling Kars). Miles has been featured in New York Magazine, Escapist Magazine, FashionSpot, Menswear Style, & Men Style Fashion. Loop King is trusted by sneakerheads JumperMan Kris, jumpmanbostic, ajinchicago, among others.


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