Sunday, May 24, 2015

Just Solutions Stretch Laces

Okay, so let me tell you a little bit about my oldest son, and please do not think this is a posting of and over braggy mom, because there really is a point to me telling you this. My son is highly gifted.  No, I did not make up that term, it is a term that is given to a person who has an IQ greater than 145, which he does. Now, you might be wondering how that relates to shoe laces, right? My son has the wonderful mind that amazes me, and he has developed it at such a rapid rate, that it seems his little seven year old body just cannot keep up. In my research I have found that it is quite common for gifted children to have this, and many of these children suffer from slower development in their fine motor skills and that is definitely the case for my little guy. Anyway, when I got a PR request from Just Solutions Stretch Laces I jumped at the chance. Since he is going into 3rd grade, he is getting to the age that it is no longer cool to wear velcro shoes, so I started looking for alternatives. Stretch Laces are exactly what I was looking for him. Now he can replace his regular tennis shoes laces, and still have that look without having to be embarrassed having to ask a classmate to please help him tie his shoes, which has happened on numerous occasions.

Now my son can just slip his shoes on in the morning without fumbling with the laces (he is actually working really hard at learning to tie them) and he can go to school with confidence that the shoes will not come untied and trip him, or embarrass him. Also, unless his friends look REALLY close, nobody would ever know he was not wearing normal laces!

Overall, I just love the Just Solutions Stretch Laces!! They have truly been a a great "solution" for our son! These laces retails for less than $10 for a pack of three and are available for both children and adults.
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