Recently I got the opportunity to try out a pair of Rhino Laces. Before I discuss the laces themselves, there are few things that impress me when it comes to outdoor gear. One thing is quality. Obviously, we are going to put our gear to the maximums of maximums out there, so its not quality then what the point right?
Second, it's hard to find much of anything truly thought of, manufactured and processed to the marketplace solely in the United States anymore. For me, this is a huge bonus, knowing that somewhere there is a guy like me who had an idea, maybe because he bought some gear that wasn't up to his standards and decided to make his own. That idea for me is something that will make me keep coming back to their product and company.
And finally, a guarantee. If you already start out with a quality product as a company and you are invested because it was your idea and you are committed to your product and company this shouldn't be an issue for the company. But as the buyer, the guy or gal pulling money out of their pocket, when it comes to gear for me, this is always on my mind. What happens if it breaks, wears or doesn't live up my maximums?
Ladies and gentlemen, I introduce you to Rhino Laces. Made in America. CHECK! Made of quality material that will not wear, burn, break be cut or sawed. CHECK! And, has a guarantee! CHECK! If you break them they will replace them for free. Yes. Free. NO questions asked.
I tried a pair out recently to compare them to the laces that came with a new pair of boots. The reflectivity on the Rhino Laces were much brighter then those that came standard on my boots. Plus, after doing a little inquiring to my boot company, they don't stand behind their laces.
Rhino Laces were developed by the Wildland Firefighters who as you can image need their gear to be in top shape and the last thing they need while fighting a forest fire is for a lace to burn up or to bust on them. While we are not fighting fires, we could be miles and miles from home and the last thing we want is for our laces to bust as well.
Rhino Laces makes a wide variety of lengths for standard boots sizes as well as a host of colors (Black, Coyote Tan, Reflective Red and Reflective Black) to help match your boots.
If you would like to get a pair for yourself to try out for your next long journey and add a little extra insurance policy to your boots I encourage you to enter the Rhino Laces Giveaway below.
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