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Shoe Lacing Methods

Shoe Lacing Methods

Frankly, before I read this post, in my life I only know one way of lacing shoes by criss-crossing. Ian’s Shoelace Site shows me over 30 different ways to lace shoe, from tradition criss cross lacing, to lattice lacing. Look like some of them are quick hacks – those lacing style make the shoes “loose fit” or even can make your shoe to a “slip-on” without any knotting. For me, I don’t like to spend time on knotting, so this style caught my eye:

checkerboard lacing

    Checkerboard Lacing – This interwoven lacing forms an attractive 2-colour checkerboard pattern that looks fantastic on today’s wide fronted runners.

    Shoe Lacing Methods – [Ian’s Shoelace Site]

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