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SnapLaces were invented in Portland, Oregon by triathlete Reggie Senegal.
Reggie wanted to shave time off his triathlon transition times, so as an inventor of previous sports performance products, he created SnapLaces.
Reggie soon realized no-tie laces had a huge market beyond the sports world.
He tried them out as a morning time saver while getting his own young children dressed for school.
He donated SnapLaces to individuals with special needs in hopes of increasing independence and confidence.
Reggie even laced up elderly neighbors who have a difficult time tying their shoes.
What Reggie discovered was that every single person can use and even benefit from SnapLaces.
SnapLaces office and fulfillment center is located in Washougal, Washington
Seen in : Inventors Digest Magazine,
Portland Tribune, Portland Business Journal, Portland Observer