Triathlon Shoe Laces - Elastic Shoelaces for Triathletes

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Find out how Triathletes Increase Their Chances Of Winning, just by making one small change… Using RaceLace Elastic Running Shoe Laces

Ah, triathlon my nemesis!! I love it & i’m guessing so do you otherwise you wouldn’t be here right now reading this.

What I love about triathlon is the sense of camaraderie between competitors before you hear the sound of the air horn. The sound of the loud “hooooooonk” fills the sky, then in the blink of an eye the atmosphere changes and becomes very competitive. Arms begin flailing round in the water , the people next to you battling for position in the water.

Triathlon life is tough! It’s a battlefield out there, but it can also be one of the most exciting and exhilarating places to be . Sure it can, be a bit frenzied at time, and for this reason you need to get organised. Finding ways to save you time and shave those essential seconds off your race time are so important.

For me I’ve found that using elastic shoelaces are a “god send”. Using these has turned my transition station into a stress free zone. Using a no tie shoelace shaves those precious seconds off your overall time so you can smash it on the run. You can slip your trainers on and tighten up ready for the run leg of your triathlon in seconds.

Imagine if you will, you’ve had an awesome ride you climbed up several places by smashing it on the bike ride your adrenaline is pumping your hands are shaking. You arrive at your transition station where your kit it neatly laid out in chronological order. You sit down, and slip shoe number one on, the sweat from your hand and arms is running down your finger tips, you have “shaky hand syndrome” & you begin to start tying up your laces. You just can’t manage it you’re wired with adrenaline & you’re struggling to tie just one of your shoes, you finally manage to get this one on, but it feels too tight, but you don’t have time to readjust it as you need to get going. You know you have to go through this entire rigmarole again to get the other shoe on plus you know your run is going to annoy you as your left shoe is too tight.

You look to your right this guy just glides in from his bike ride minutes after you arrived, he kicks off his cycle shoes, slips on his trainers and pulls a cord tight, he’s off and you’re still fannying around tying your laces.

This guy was wearing RaceLace!!!

So could you….