|Installation is simple and takes just a few minutes. A small phillips screw driver is needed.|
1. Remove old laces. Choose six eyelets for installing the fittings. For very best results, start at the top and skip rows as you go downwards. This minimizes resistance in the lace matrix and provides ideal support vectors.
2. Attach the fittings at the eyelet holes. Insert the screws from inside the shoe. Tighten moderately with screwdriver. To reduce weight, our screws are aluminum and fittings are nylon, over-tightening may cause stripping.
3. Thread laces through the fittings in a crisscross pattern.
4. Insert laces through the race-lock. To prevent laces from slipping back through the race-lock, make a loop-knot on each strand or tie them together.