When Jordan Brand was introduced by Nike in 1984 with the Nike Air Jordan 1 sneaker, it was an instant success. To this day, the same exact sneaker sold in 1984 flies off shelves.
The sneaker isn't cheap, ranging from $99 to $5,000 on the reseller market. Those that have a pair prefer to keep them clean and pristine, and doing so can be difficult when you wear them a lot.
Cleaning the body of sneakers is easy, there's plenty of products on the market for that—but what about your laces?
The good news is sneaker shoelaces are cheap, allowing you to keep your sneakers looking new for just a few bucks. The tricky part is sizing, as getting the same style and length can be tricky as Jordan doesn't release replacement laces.
If you're having this problem, we put together an infographic with the exact shoelace type, length and width for you to get your replacement laces.