Link a borrowed ring to your shoelaces with this wildly visual and organic effect.
“Laced Up” by Donnovan Mount is the definition of strong, everyday magic. It’s a super organic close up magic miracle using your shoes that will leave every audience stunned.
This is one of the wildest effects we’ve ever seen. You must watch the video to truly appreciate the mind-boggling visual moments it offers.
You start by borrowing a finger ring. With a simple touch of the ring toward the toe of your shoe, the ring is linked to your shoelaces.
To remove the ring, you first visibly pluck off the “bow” at the top of your laces and re-attach at the bottom where the ring is. Then, in a truly impossible moment, you untie the laces at the bottom, remove the ring, and return it to your spectator.
You then retie the laces and move the knot back to the top of your shoes. If you’d like, you can even untie them again to prove the knot actually moved.
“Laced Up” is super easy to perform. Just add the one-of-a-kind gimmick to your sneakers and you're ready to perform whenever you need. This gimmick is secure enough to be on your everyday shoe, making it a true EDC. This will be quite possibly the strongest effect you carry with you on a daily basis.
Add “Laced Up” by Donnovan Mount to your favorite pair of kicks today!
"’Laced Up’ is now my absolute FAVORITE ring to shoelace effect EVER! It 100% fooled me. The method is sheer genius and as close to self-working as you can get. I want this gimmick for ALL my shoes!" Cody S. Fisher
"’Laced Up’ is exactly what real magic would look like. It is genuinely stunning and better yet surprisingly very practical! This is the perfect everyday carry - just put on your shoes and you will have an absolute miracle ready to go!" David Jonathan
"Laced Up is an amazing piece of practical Magic with 3 beats of impossibility with everyday objects! And you can use a borrowed finger ring! Anytime a spectator has something of value, the interest goes up 10 fold! As a worker or non-worker, this will become your EDC!" Derek Ostovani
"Laced Up" uses black, tubular, athletic style laces. It's designed to be used with sneakers that have a grommet that goes through the shoe itself like a pair of Vans or Converses. It will not work with dress shoes or any special athletic shoes with tabs that hold the laces.