The biggest fires might be started by the smallest error. A cigarette in the trash, a hot glue gun gone awry -- miss one detail, and it might be deadly. That's why you must include Thorogood 889-2000 84 Inch Fire Resisting Kevlar Laces with your tough, fire-resista ... (see full details) (see specifications) #THG889-2000.
The biggest fires might be started by the smallest error. A cigarette in the trash, a hot glue gun gone awry -- miss one detail, and it might be deadly. That's why you must include Thorogood 889-2000 84 Inch Fire Resisting Kevlar Laces with your tough, fire-resistant boots. . .or any other footwear you've have.
All 84 inches of these fire-resisting laces are made in a uniformly off-white color that matches with everything. The creamy white isn't glaring and bright like pure white, but it will still look crisp and clean against your boots and shoes. The 84 inch length, also known as 7 feet, is long enough even for the tallest work boots.
They're made with an outer shell of Kevlar that makes up 75% of the lace composition. Kevlar is the same serious material that's used to make bulletproof vests. These laces probably won't stop a rifle shot, but they are resistant to flame, sparks and other fire hazards. The inside filler is made with flexible, tough nylon (25% of the total lace).
Thorogood 889-2000 84 Inch Fire Resisting Kevlar Laces are a small detail that will make a really big difference the next time you're around a fire hazard. When it comes to flames, it is the little things that count.
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4 out of 5
Fireproof is yet to be seen...
The thought of fireproof boot laces intrigues me, I have to admit. I got these to replace the laces on my Wolverine boots. The ones that came with the shoes - they were frayed and falling apart after several weeks of wear. Kind of disappointing considering how great Wolverine products are supposed to be. I got these and two other sets of laces to try them all out. I like these laces the most. The contrasting color really makes the shoe pop, and if I ever find myself surrounding by flames, there's at least that bit of comfort.