Shoelaces, sometimes called shoestrings (US English) or bootlaces (UK English)
, are a system commonly used to secure shoes, boots and other footwear.
It is widely mis-reported that shoelaces were invented by Harvey Kennedy on
27th March 1790. This date is centuries after shoelaces were in common use and
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cost ... Some historical records suggest that the shoestring was first invented in ...
Dec 7, 1999 ... A shoelace tying system, for use with shoelaces in sneakers or shoes having lace
holes, ... The invention relates to a shoelace tying system.
Mar 15, 2012 ... No one knows for sure who invented aglets, but we're sure glad they did. The first
... Have you ever lost the aglet on the end of a shoelace?
Oct 28, 2011 ... Harvey Kennedy in 1790, in England invented the modern shoelace. From jute,
leather, hemp, cotton or other materials shoelaces were made ...
An aglet is the small plastic or fiber tube that binds the end of a shoelace (or ...
The modern shoestring (string and shoe holes) was first invented in England in ...
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Apr 5, 2007 ... Meet Ian Fieggen, the world's preeminent shoelace expert. ... Fifteen years later, I
invented a shoelace knot. The Ian knot? Right, the world's ...
Nov 19, 2014 ... Self-Tying Shoelaces: Back to the Future Dream Tech Becomes Reality ... It also
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