Adidas shoelace help

Adidas Shoelace Size Chart

Easily find and replace your Adidas shoelaces with our quick sizing guide.

How to find the length of Adidas Shoelaces

Need to find the length of your Adidas shoelaces? Use our quick guide to find the right length shoelaces for your Adidas trainers, sneakers or shoe. Simply use the below table to find the correct size for your shoe type.

The quickest and best way to determine your Adidas shoelaces size is to measure the length of the shoelaces you will be replacing on your shoes. If you are unable to measure the old shoelaces you want to replace, you can refer to our Adidas shoelace size chart featured below. Finding the correct Adidas shoelaces length can be determined by how many pairs of eyelets (or holes) you have on your Adidas shoes. The number of eyelets will determine the shoelace length your require.

Adidas Shoelace Size Chart

Easy guide for sizing replacement Adidas laces.

Pairs of Eyelets on Shoes Shoelace Length (IN) Shoelace Length (CM)
Adidas All Star 63 – 72 In 120 – 182 CM
Adidas Stan Smith 63 – 72 In 120 – 182 CM
4 – 5 eyelets 36 – 45 In 70 – 100 CM
5 – 6 eyelets 45 – 54 In 90 – 120 CM
6 – 7 eyelets 54 – 63 In 114 – 120 CM
7 – 8 eyelets 63 – 72 In 120 – 140 CM
8 – 9 eyelets 72 In 182 CM

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When it comes to finding the correct size shoelaces for Adidas sneakers, there are a few things to keep in mind. Here are some tips to help you find the right size:

  1. Know the length of your current shoelaces: The easiest way to determine the length of shoelaces you need is to measure the length of your current laces. This will give you a good starting point.
  2. Check the size guide: Adidas offers a size guide on their website that lists the recommended shoelace length for each size of their sneakers. You can use this as a reference to help you find the correct size.
  3. Consider the type of sneaker: The length of shoelaces you need can vary depending on the type of Adidas sneaker you have. For example, a high-top sneaker may require longer laces than a low-top sneaker.
  4. Decide on the lacing style: Different lacing styles can require different lengths of shoelaces. For example, a basic criss-cross lacing style will require shorter laces than a style that involves weaving the laces through multiple eyelets.
  5. Add a little extra length: If you’re unsure about the length you need, it’s always better to err on the side of caution and choose a slightly longer lace. You can always trim the ends if necessary.

By following these tips, you should be able to find the right size shoelaces for your Adidas sneakers.