Just lace Zubits magnets onto your own shoelaces. When separated, you can easily slip into a wide open shoe. Close the magnets with a click and go for a run or play sports. Quickly take your shoes off hands-free by stepping on your heel to pop out. Buy Zubits closures once and re-use them on all your new shoes! The magnets never lose strength so you never have to tie laces again.
|Barton G. - "Never thought something this ingenious could make such a difference in simple shoe wearing. But they’re amazing, going to order more very soon!"||Patrik H. - "Mindblown how well they work - and that is with basketball shoes nonetheless!"||Chris D. - "I just got mine today and the magnets are crazy strong and the shell is solid and very well made! This is one of the few KS projects that didn’t let me down but exceeded my hopes!"|
Zubits magnetic shoe closures are amazingly strong! Watch this video as parkour experts put Zubits closures to the test. Zubits magnets are balanced to stay secure during athletic activity, yet remain easy enough to take off with a forceful step on the heel. Zubits magnets bind together with up to 18lbs of force. - How Zubits Closures Work magnetic shoelaces, magnetic shoelaces, magnetic shoelaces, magnetic shoelaces magnetic shoelaces
Start with your own shoes - lace Zubits closures through your own shoelaces - and presto - your shoes just got insanely easy. Zubits are patent pending magnetic "bits" that make your shoes fast and easy to put on and take off. No tying, no squeezing, no knots, no floppy bows, no coming undone. When the Zubits magnets are split open you have a huge opening to easily slip into your shoes. Then just pull the magnets together and you're done. When you want to take your shoes off, just step on your heel and pop out hands-free. magnetic shoelaces magnetic shoelaces zoobits
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When Jackie from Columbus, Ohio first invested in Zubits through our Kickstarter campaign, she was a little cautious about how effective the actual product was going to be. Now she tells us; “I funded this on Kickstarter and I'm SO glad I did. I'll never go back to regular shoe laces. Great job Zubits! One of the few Kickstarters I've funded that wasn't a huge disappointment .” This is our commitment to our backers, to create a solid time saving shoe lace solution that will contribute to their lives day in and out for years to come. A Family Affaire of Zubits As parents, we’ve always loved the idea of helping our entire family with something extremely useful or beautiful.... Continue Reading →
People spend good money on shoes that they love or feel represent them in some way. From sneaker heads to athletes to moms out for a stroll - we all want our shoes to look their best helping us look our best. But then there’s the laces. Long, floppy, easily soiled and generally untidy. Floppy bows can make a great looking pair of shoes similar to a new car off the lot, instantly devalued. At Zubits®, we wanted to create a magnetic closure solution that would make your shoes look as good, if not better, than when you first saw them in the store, laces neatly tucked away into the shoe. It’s no secret, by the way, why retailers tuck... Continue Reading →
Independence for Kids with Special Needs Helping kids to be more independent is what Zubits closures is all about. Especially children who are challenged in any way with motor or coginitive skill development. It makes our day therefore when parents tell us how their kids are getting on with their lives just a little bit better thanks to Zubits. Lee from Houston, TX recently made our day when she wrote: “My son is developmentally delayed. He is very smart and has learned to be very independent. He helps with chores, makes his own lunch, sorts recyclables and much more. But, no matter how many times we have tried, we have be unsuccessful at teaching him to tie his shoes. And... Continue Reading →