There are plenty of products on the market which protect your Jordans from scuffs and scratches, and clean them up when they get stained and dirty. But as for their laces, that’s a little trickier.
When they get worn down or severely discolored, your best bet is to try to find a replacement pair that closely matches the original. The problem is that Nike doesn’t sell exact replacements and their guidelines for lace shape and sizing are for all of its shoes, not for specific models.
This is where the team at Laces Out come in. They’ve measured up the laces of the Air Jordan I-XIII to find out the exact sizing to replace laces. They’ve then plonked all of this handy info into the clever graphics you see above.
Click through to find the info you need, then head over to Laces Out to purchase your replacements.
Thinking about just buying a new pair instead? This Air Jordan 2 Quai 54 celebrates the World Streetball Championship.