|Sundry - 2010-09-05 |
|The Huggable Universe - 2010-09-05 |
Christ, that's an unflattering pose at the end.
|Cena_mark - 2010-09-05 |
I don't like the description or the tags calling Americans lazy. This is innovation. Hey Cockbender, are you enjoying the many American made innovations that make your life easier. How's that computer? You like the light bulbs? Well without those you'd be using your computer in the dark.
BTW: The terrorists won't hate us because we have power laces. They'll hate us because they won't have any.
Man, why don't you post on my Sarah Palin submissions anymore? Why this? Why now? All the same, fixed a tag or two for you. I stand by this is lazy when we reach the point of not bending over to tie our fucking laces.
I already don't tie my laces. Well, I tie them once and then just don't ever untie them, at least for sneakers. They're snug enough this way, comfortable, easy to get on, easy to get off. Fuck tying shoe laces.
|kwash - 2010-09-05 |
The light that flicks on when the laces are activated are pretty ominous.
LACE CONTRACTION SYSTEM ENGAGED
|Dread Pirate Roberts - 2010-09-05 |
I'm sure there is some release mechanism that wasn't shown, but....
From what is shown, if a sensor in the heel activates the "pull", then by logic, releasing the heel from the sensor would deactivate the pull.... but in a catch 22, how do you deactivate the heel sensor when being held down by the laces?
Dread Pirate Roberts
Also, I've wanted these since I saw them in Back to the Future II. That and the self drying jacket. Infact... the jacket is probably more useful than these, because... there is always velcro for those that can't tie their laces. That or Crocs.
|Killer Joe - 2010-09-05 |
BUT HOW DO YOU GET OUT?!?!!?
|La Loco - 2010-09-05 |
I'm gonna buy me a pair of the kmart knock offs once they arrive.
Holographic go-bots!? I'd buy a pair in each color!
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