Running shoe laces come in different lengths to accommodate different stride lengths. Speed laces, which allow runners to adjust their speed by loosening or tightening the laces, are typically shorter than regular running laces. Some runners prefer speed laces because they offer an easier way to change speeds on the fly. Other runners find that regular laces provide a more consistent and secure connection between their shoes and feet. The length of your running shoe's lace can also impact how tight or loose the fit is. For instance, if you have a wide foot, you may want to use a longer lace for a tighter fit. Conversely, if you have a narrow foot, you may want to use a shorter lace for a looser fit. Shoelacesupply offers both types of running shoe laces in various lengths and colors, as well as speed laces in four different sizes for better compatibility with different stride lengths.