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Shoelaces - Wikipedia


Shoelaces, also called shoestrings (US English) or bootlaces (UK English), are a system commonly used to secure shoes, boots and other footwear.

Ian's Shoelace Site - Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Qs)


Oct 31, 2016 ... It is widely mis-reported that shoelaces were invented by Harvey Kennedy on 27th March 1790. This date is centuries after shoelaces were in ...

Fun Facts About Shoelaces - Going Deep With David Rees Article ...


Jun 25, 2014 ... Rope predates shoelaces as a knot tying material by a wide margin. Evidence of string and rope making in Europe goes back 28,000 years.

A brief History of Shoelaces - ShoeLacesExpress - Over 2000 types ...


History of shoe laces from ShoeLacesExpress with over 2000 high quality, low cost ... Some historical records suggest that the shoestring was first invented in ...

When was the modern shoelace invented? – When was it invented?


Oct 28, 2011 ... Harvey Kennedy in 1790, in England invented the modern shoelace. From jute, leather, hemp, cotton or other materials shoelaces were made ...

Inventor creates shoelaces that never comes undone - Telegraph


Mar 21, 2009 ... Inventor creates shoelaces that never comes undone. Wallace and Gromit take over the Science Museum this week with a World Of Cracking ...

Patent US3581353 - Tip for shoelaces - Google Patents


Jun 1, 1971 ... une 1,1971 R. I. SONNTAG TIP FOR SHOELACES Filed March a. 1970 INVENTOR RALPH I. SONNTAG ATTORNEY United States Patent O ...

What are the little plastic things on the end of a shoelace, and who ...


What are the little plastic things on the end of a shoelace and who invented them - trivia question /questions answer / answers.

The Art of Shoe Lacing | Shoes News Updated


Jul 14, 2008 ... The inventor of the modern shoelace is supposedly Harvey Kennedy, but several forms of shoelaces appear throughout history. Harvey ...

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Feb 25, 2012 ... Fastest method of tying a shoelace is the "Ian knot", named by its inventor Ian Fieggen.