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Straight European Lacing Method

Straight European Lacing Method Straight European Lacing is a traditional method appears to be more common in Europe. The laces run straight across on the outside and diagonally on the inside. Sometimes referred to as “Ladder Lacing”. How to straight european lacing? Features Suits dress shoes; Neat on top; Messy underneath; 3% shorter ends (approx.) Notes • Although visually messy, the underlying zig-zag makes this lacing very tight & secure. The mess is mainly noticeable on shoes and sneakers with a wide spacing (as seen [...]

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Gap Lacing Method

Gap Lacing Method This simple variation of Criss Cross Lacing skips a crossover to create a gap in the middle of the lacing, either to bypass a sensitive area on the instep or to increase ankle flexibility. Lacing Technique Start at the bottom of the shoe on the first set of eyelets. Start lacing straight across on the inside and out through the eyelets. Cross the ends feeding the shoelace out through the next higher set of eyelets. As the shoelaces reaches the sensitive area of the [...]

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Over Under Lacing Method

Over Under Lacing Method Over under lacing method reduces friction, making the lacing easier to tighten and loosen plus reducing wear and tear. The laces alternate between crossing Over and Under. Lacing Technique • For even numbers of eyelet pairs, begin straight across on the outside(grey section) and in through the bottom eyelets. • For odd numbers of eyelet pairs, begin straight across on the inside(grey section) and out through the bottom eyelets. • At each eyelet pair, alternate between crossing over (on the outside) and in through the next higher set [...]

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Criss Cross Lacing Method

Criss Cross Lacing Method Criss Cross Lacing method is probably the most common method of lacing normal shoes, sneakers and boots. The laces simply criss-cross as they work their way up the shoe. Lacing Technique 1. Begin straight across on the inside and out through the bottom eyelets. 2. At each eyelet pair, cross the ends, feeding under the sides and out through the next higher set of eyelets. Repeat until lacing is completed. How to criss cross laces 1. Put a shoe in front [...]

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Top 100 Shoe Lacing Methods

Shoe Lacing Methods Mathematics tell us that there are more than 2 trillion ways to feed lace through the average of six pairs of eye holes on the shoe. This section introduces a fair extensive 58 lace series tutorial. They include traditional and alternative lacing methods that are either widely Used, have specific functions, or have special features, or I just like the look of it. Criss Cross Lacing This is probably the most common shoe lacing method of lacing normal shoes [...]

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