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    #1

    shoes lace

    Does it make sense in English to say "I bought a pair of shoes that don't need to lace." to mean they don't need to be laced up?

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    Re: shoes lace

    'I bought a pair of shoes that don't need laces.'

    'I bought a pair of shoes that aren't lace-ups.'

    'I bought a pair of slip-on shoes.'

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