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Design problem to make a accident by hooking ties

A hook of shoe hooked the other ties of another shoe while I walk and I have fallen down several times because of same problem and I have gotten bruies. It must be a design problem. I want to attatch photos to explain details, but here is no way to attatch photos.

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A pair of pliers will fix this. Bend the end of the hook in to stop it from catching on the other. If all you got is some bruie, this is the time to fix this before you get an injury or broken bone.

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