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Flextoe 2000 Toe Lace Kit

Flextoe 2000 Toe Lace Kit

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Flextoe is the most revolutionary toe strap ever made. Flex Toe will give you the fastest, most responsive, and safest butterfly you have ever had. It reduces the time needed to get dressed, and gives goalies a wider butterfly and increased range of motion. Most importantly, it reduces the stress on goalies' ankles, knees and hips. Learn what thousands of goalies ? young and old ? already know. Experience Flex Toe for yourself and take your game to the next level.

Using Flextoe
Attaching your goalie pad to your skate using Flex Toe is a very simple process. The days of fumbling around with a long, dirty skate lace are over. Having your toe/skate lace strap coming un-tied during practice or a game is a thing of the past. Follow these simple instructions below. Pictures have been added for our visual-minded goalies.

Lay your pad down in front of your skate like you normally do.

Take the hooked ends of the Flex Toe system and thread them through the first hole under the toe of your goalie skate in a criss-cross pattern so that they come out on the other side. If you have youth skates, the hooks might not fit through this hole. If this is the case thread the hooked ends through the larger hole under the middle, arch of foot.

Now grab hooks and pull them up towards you and the top of your foot/skate. For maximum dependability, thread hooked ends underneath first lace that goes horizontally across. Then attach hooks to whichever laces you choose. The higher the lace you choose to fasten hooks too, the tighter Flex Toe will fit. The picture provided shows suggested fastening point for an adult skate.

It is important that hooks are attached with opening facing up. Note, if openings are facing down, Flex Toe will most likely slip off during play. So make sure you attach hooks as shown, openings up!

WARNING. Do not attach clips as shown. Flex Toe will not work if you attach this way. Hook opening must be facing up.

Attaching your goalie pad to your skate using Flex Toe is a very simple process. The days of fumbling around with a long, dirty skate lace are over. Having your toe/skate lace strap coming un-tied during practice or a game is a thing of the past. Follow these simple instructions below. Pictures have been added for our visual-minded goalies.

Lay your pad down in front of your skate like you normally do.

Take the hooked ends of the Flex Toe system and thread them through the first hole under the toe of your goalie skate in a criss-cross pattern so that they come out on the other side. If you have youth skates, the hooks might not fit through this hole. If this is the case thread the hooked ends through the larger hole under the middle, arch of foot.

Now grab hooks and pull them up towards you and the top of your foot/skate. For maximum dependability, thread hooked ends underneath first lace that goes horizontally across. Then attach hooks to whichever laces you choose. The higher the lace you choose to fasten hooks too, the tighter Flex Toe will fit. The picture provided shows suggested fastening point for an adult skate.

It is important that hooks are attached with opening facing up. Note, if openings are facing down, Flex Toe will most likely slip off during play. So make sure you attach hooks as shown, openings up!

WARNING. Do not attach clips as shown. Flex Toe will not work if you attach this way. Hook opening must be facing up.

How to Install Flextoe
Take one Flex Toe system and one goalie pad in which Flex Toe is being installed. Remove current lace from bottom of pad, leaving two empty holes or eyelets.

Take the end of Flex Toe shock cord that does not have hook on it and thread it through the hole that is closest to the outside of pad (there should be two holes). The outside hole is closest to the side of the pad that has the buckles your straps connect too. Make sure you insert cord from the under side as seen in image provided. Also, DO NOT allow protective sleeve to go through either hole. Scrunch it together between hook and initial insertion hole.

Continue to thread un-hooked end through other remaining hole. Pull tightly and adjust accordingly, so Flex Toe is even on both ends.

Now take one of the hooks provided and insert shock cord all the way into the hole in bottom of hook. Be sure to push cord as far in as possible until it cannot go any further. This is the most important part of the installation process. TIP: Wrap a small piece (1 layer) of thin hockey tape around tip of shock cord before inserting into hook. This will give hook more to grab onto making it even more dependable. This is not something you have to do for Flex Toe to work.

Once cord is inserted all the way in, pinch the top and bottom of hook together with thumb and index finger. Make sure bottom collar of hook snaps flush against top part. Pushing these two ends together should take some strength. The harder it is to shut, the more dependable it will be.

You have now successfully installed your Flex Toe system.

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