Laced - Win Sneakers 17+

Bid, win, save in auction


Designed for iPad

    • 4.0 • 1.3K Ratings
    • Free



LACED is not your typical sneaker app. We are a gamified auction platform that gives users a fair chance to participate in low-cost sneaker auctions, changing the way limited and exclusive sneakers are purchased. No more lines, no more fakes, just an honest way of winning the most hyped sneakers for the best possible price.

What’s New

Version 3.1.3

Laced blog, a new addition to the app, will keep you up to date on current sneaker news.

- We've made numerous under-the-hood improvements. We hope you notice an improvement in the app's overall performance.

- Fixed ‘Loading’ issue

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

shwingggg ,

Legit App! Tons of Grails! 100% verified Shoes

I was obviously skeptical when I heard about it. Auction sights I feel like always have the stigma that users can be “bots” or controlled by the company. I can say 100% this is NOT true for this app. Very easy to use and definitely fun to try and get sneakers you have been chasing. I spent a while watching auctions ( you can enter and just watch) which I love. So you can see how it works and get a feel of how it works. Be AWARE ITS ADDICTING!! They always engage on Instagram an usually have promos to get you some free bids. Don’t get frustrated if you waste a lot of bids the first few times, but it’s definitely legit, and when I have won an auction they follow up almost immediately to verify you pair is secured.

Shoes are 100% legit and even come with verification from whomever they received them by.

Do your homework, it’s not perfect, but it’s all about the chase!! Good Luck!!

Matthew A713 ,

Great concept, poor oversight.

In a world full of Bots & resellers, this app promised an opportunity to give a fair shot against the two. As much as I wanted this to work, I don’t believe it is worth it at all. I was reluctant but took a shot & tossed $50 into the bid system. I received 100 bids & from my perspective I thought I stood a small chance to win. Well after participating in this “auction” I quickly realized they may not be bots but this is a rigged system. Sure they don’t lie when they say you can win shoes for pennys on the dollar. But they fail to mention they have users who have accumulated an unrealistic amount of bids which seems to turn this into a bot like experience when watching/participating in an auction. There is always 1-3 users who are just dumping a crazy amount of bids (gives you bot or reseller vibes) & this forces you to give up wasting a small amount of bids or dumping $$$ into the bid system to allow yourself a chance at “cheaper” shoes. They claim to have safe guards like limiting wins between 30 day periods but I don’t believe they really put effort into preventing someone from having multiple accounts. Really you spend the same amount or maybe little more to just paying the resellers up charge.

I want to be clear, I don’t think they’re lying when they advertise the claims that they do. But would I recommend this to my friend? No way.
But hey at least they let you spend your lost bids in a rewards like system lol.

Developer Response ,

Hi Matthew, we actually close and ban all duplicate accounts to keep it fair for all users and allow new winners every day, in addition to keeping it fair for users, bots cannot live on our platform. We encourage new users to play in less hype drops to understand how the app works and form a strategy on how to play, but how individuals play and spend their money is up to them. Please reach out to our IG or for any questions and pro tips on how to play.

Billiamdwhat91 ,

Be VERY careful

So I downloaded this app cause I was intrigued with the model. I bought the lowest bid package ($15 for 20 bids... each bid increases the bidding price by one cent) just to play around with it. I quickly realized that this is made for one type of customer. I would NOT download this app unless you have $500- $1000 to burn on bids because the people you’ll be going against do. In the three auctions I watched I witnessed people go into bidding wars burning up hundreds to thousands of dollars to get the W. And what’s worse... the highest most consistent bidders didn’t always secure... unless you’re able to keep up with them it really isn’t worth it.
Like I said it’s a cool idea. But the fact that you get all your bids back if you win might be the Achilles heel of this system... believe it or not...It gives incentive to just keep buying bids that are expensive and go quickly. So the big players will keep coming back even if they have a two win monthly limit. Laced frequently comments on these reviews saying “it only takes ☝️bid to win”, and although that may be true, you’re more than likely not going to be able put that one bid in at the right time to get the W, because you’ll be going up against giants who have waaaaay more to lose and even some who don’t care that they just lost 500-1k in the auction before. Just a word to the wise... save your cash, wait for drops and raffles, or even use StockX, cause in the end you’ll drop just as much (if not more) here.

Developer Response ,

Hi Bill, we understand that there are first time and more active users that will always play for the same hyped sneakers. This is why LACED drops a variety of less-hype sneakers, so more of our users have a better chance at winning for less than retail price. Last week alone, we had the Jordan 1 'Silver Toe' go for 79¢ and the Travis Scott AF1 for $5. Both of those winners used less than 10 bids total. You can also build up your bid bank by referring friends to LACED and following us on IG @Laced.App for promo codes.

App Privacy

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Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
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  • Usage Data

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