Sneakers got snazzy when jazzed up with fashion shoelaces. Trade in the old-fashioned white for wide laces with neon colors, checkerboard prints, or your favorite cartoon faces. On hi-tops, low-tops, Keds or Reeboks, shoelaces became the wackiest shoe accessory since friendship beads.
And don't forget about the curly-Q 'no-tie' laces, the ones that looked suspiciously like a telephone cord. These became a fast fad when kids didn’t want to expend energy to tie their shoelaces, a precursor to the Run DMC-inspired no laces look. Did everyone just get burned out on loud laces, or did laziness win out completely?
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