Zubits


  • $29,000

  • Ended

Magnetic shoelaces that keeps your shoes clean and sober.


  • $29,000

  • Ended

Zubits are magnetic shoelaces, sort of. No more tying, no more shoelaces coming undone, and so forth. Zubits are small magnetic bits that connects to your shoelaces, keeping the original design, but eliminating the flappy strings. Connect the magnets, and you’re done.

And yes, these magnets are strong and secure enough to work not only for casual walking across the park, or whatever. They work during exercise too.

How can Zubits be easy to step out of, yet stay on when you run?

Consider that even with your regular shoelaces double-knotted, you can still step on your heel and squeeze out of your shoes because this action generates a lot of force. These forces are not present when you run. That’s why your shoes stay on. When you run, the shoelaces are mostly lifting the weight of your shoe. Zubits are engineered to be incredibly strong for their size. Zubits can hold your shoe secure while running and jumping, but they will split open when you step on your heel because the forces are much greater. Zubits will also come in four strengths to match your size and use.

The perks for this campaign are centered around the amount of Zubits you want. Color choices come later, so pick the one that fits your shoe obsession.

Favorite perk ($37)

2 pairs of Zubits for 2 pairs of shoes. Free USA shipping. You can make color & size choices later.

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