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LED Light Up Shoe Laces Flashing Colorful Glow in the Dark White Tie Shoelaces Gifts for Kids

$15.00 $13.00


SUPER BRIGHT: Simple and easy to use. Battery operated with 3 light modes: Steady, fast flash, slow flash. Glows in 5 colors: pink, orange, green, white and blue. For boys and girls aged 4 and up. Easy press on / off button.
UNIQUE GIFT IDEA: perfect when you don't know what to give because kids love all things that light up! popular with children and tweens, flashing glowing shoelaces are great for birthday presents, Halloween, play fun, roller or ice skating parties, party favors, teenager things, dance wear costume accessories, night time baseball , ninja cosplay, robot hands, and Easter baskets fillers.
YEAR ROUND USE: Children will have fun using them as camping flashlights or take them outside for a flashy game of football or lighted frisbee. Dance inside with lighted shoes. Show your enthusiasm for your favorite sports team, light up cheerleaders, or just rave at your favorite concert. Keeps little ones visible while Trick or Treating or great for night time walking and biking.
HOLIDAY FAMILY FUN: The small size is perfect for stocking stuffers, and the glowing lights will make Christmas even more special. Perfect for holiday parties, Thanksgiving and other family events. Grab some of these hot novelty gifts! Colorful changing lights soothe as stimulation and will fascinate autistic children with autism and other sensory disorders.
BATTERIES INCLUDED: Comes with CR2032 batteries pre-installed which are replaceable. Extra batteries which can be save for later. Approximate 40 hours run time. LED shoelaces are not waterproof. Do not submerge in water. We pride ourselves on the highest product quality and customer service, our goal is happy customers. Reach out with questions or comments. Warning: small parts . Not intended for Children uder 13.

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