The most innovative way to secure your laces!
Make those critical seconds count when lacing up your footwear. TacLace is an innovative new product whose patent pending approach to gearing up cuts down on potentially critical preparation time. No more tightening, tying, wrapping, tucking, loose laces, or discomfort. With TacLace, all you have to do is pull, cinch, and wrap and you are ready to rock!
Sure TacLace orginated in a tactical atmosphere where seconds save lives, but it certainly does not define the limits for who can use it. The bottom line is, if you wear boots with a neck and laces, then you can use TacLace. It is designed to fit most any boot size as well as lace length. Refer to the First Time Use Page for set up and options.
TacLace has been tested and reviewed by U.S. Marines, entities of Marine Corps Systems Command, U.S. Army Soldiers, DoD Contractors, and outdoor enthusiasts alike. It’s tried and true, so start your day with TacLace.
Curious about uniform regulations?
Don’t be! Proper wear of Tac Lace keeps you in regs no matter the branch of service. See the orders here:
3038, 3. When combat boots are worn, the trousers will be bloused in a neat uniform manner.
3012, 2. 2. Combat Boots. Temperate weather and hot weather boots may be worn with any version of the utility uniform at the individual’s option. Organizational issue safety boots and deviations as approved by commanding officers and/or medical officers are also authorized.
27-3, c, 3. When trousers or slacks are bloused, personnel will not wrap them around the leg so tightly so as to present a pegged appearance. When the trousers or slacks are bloused properly, the bloused portion of the trousers or slacks should not extend below the third eyelet from the top of the boot. Soldiers will not blouse boots so that the bloused portion extends down to the ankle area of the boot.
Bootlaces will be tucked in a manner to present a well-kept appearance.
5.1.4. Tucking the ABU trouser into the boot is optional. Whether tucked in or bloused, the trouser must be evenly bloused (gathered in and draped loosely) over the top of the combat boot and must present a bloused appearance.