The Left Right Shoelaces by Little Name Teach Kids Which Side is Which

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Apr 4, 2013 • References: littlenamedesign & kidcrave
It can be a bit tricky for kids (and even some adults) to remember which side is left and which side is right. That's where the Left Right Shoelaces by Little Name come in handy to help teach left from right. Featuring a pretty pattern that reads either left or right up close, the Left Right Shoelaces by Little Name are subtle enough to not notice the writing, but just legible enough to be seen by the wearer.

I can remember when remembering left from right was a difficult task and can recall the old trick even to this day: use your index finger and thumb to form the letter 'L.' If it's the proper way, that's left and if it's reversed that's right. However, for those who have a little trouble remember this little trick, the Left Right Shoelaces by Little Name are a perfect solution nonetheless. Stats for Instructional Shoe Ties Trending: Older & Chilly
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