While there are many people out there who love their tie shoes, it seems that shoelaces become untied at the least convenient times. Shnap is the newest attempt to get shoelaces under control without having to double knot them. The three-part system uses the shoelace hole farthest from the toes and includes a base part with a raised center that pushes through the shoelace hole from the tongue side, a small piece that attaches to the shoelace, and a third piece that seems to snap on and hold it all together. There are four Shnaps for each pair of shoes. Other campaigns aimed at securing your laces have included Zipped and Innie. For $8, early bird backers get a one set of Shnaps and an expected delivery of September 2014.