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How to tie athletic shoelaces: Extremely easy!

Through the unique shoelaces that Shoesops has ever introduced, your shoes can anytime become impressive and outstanding. However, tying shoelaces beautifully may not be as difficult as tying shoelaces so that your feet are the most comfortable when you are exercising.

Understanding this need, Shoesops today will offer readers a list of four effective and useful ways of tying shoelaces for those who often wear sports shoes to practice.

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How to tie shoelaces: Four types of laces you need to know

Have you ever wondered: “How do shoes become more comfortable?” every time you exercise?

Certainly, there will be a few times you feel your feet are “suffocated” and ached by the pressure from the shoes as well as from practicing sports for hours.

A small secret that Shoesops wants to reveal to you is that the shoelaces are the “key” to make the sneakers comfortable.

Right after this, let Shoesops explore the extremely useful ways to wear shoelaces!

Lock style

Lock shoelaces are a special way of tying shoes for sports shoes for running or climbing. The advantage of this type of shoelaces is that the shoelaces are securely tied, which ensures the heel is fixed instead of slipping off due to the pressure of climbing or running. Your ankles will be powered, making it easier for you to practice sports.

How to tie:

Step 1: Put the shoelace into the first row of holes so that the excess string after the piercing is outside the shoe (piercing from bottom to top)

Step 2: Cross the lace in a way that pierces the Criss-Cross from the beginning to the end of the piercing hole, then stop.

Step 3: Pierce the left string into the next piercing hole (piercing from bottom to top). Do the same with the right part.

Step 4: Put the left string through the loop created by the last 2 holes on the opposite side. Do the same with the right part.

Step 5: Tie the remaining two strips together and tie the knot.

Tied shoelaces create diagonal angles

The advantage is that a part of the rope is angled with the shoe, ankle, and toe, which will also minimize the risk of injury. This way of tying is quite easy too.

How to tie:

Step 1: Put the shoelace into the hole of the horizontal row so that the remaining strap after the piercing is inside the shoe (piercing from top to bottom)

Step 2: Pierce the left string (green) into the last piercing hole on the opposite side (piercing from bottom to top)

Step 3: Put the right string (yellow) under the cross-section and pierce into the hole of the second row on the opposite side. Insert the pierced string into the opposite hole (piercing from top to bottom)

Step 4: Use the string just pierced to perform step 3 in a row until the last piercing hole is done.

Step 5: Tie the remaining two strips together and tie the knot.

The style of making a hole

With this type of fastening, you create a hole in the middle instead of tying together. The back of your foot will be relaxed freely, and your ankle will not be closed. Thus, practicing for a long time will not affect your legs.

How to tie:

Step 1: Pierce the shoelaces through the first horizontal hole (piercing from bottom to top).

Step 2: Cross each other alternatively like tying Criss-Cross, until the instep is done.

Step 3: Straighten the string through the adjacent hole to create the hole.

Step 4: Continue weaving diagonally like tying Criss-Cross.

Step 5: Tie the remaining two strips together and tie the knot.

Style of forcing parallel rows

This type of tying the laces is especially popular to sports lovers because it reduces a lot of pressure on the upper part of the foot, helping to create a comfortable feeling when they are doing sports.

How to tie:

Step 1: Thread the shoelace through the first horizontal hole so that the remaining shoelace is inside the shoe (piercing from top to bottom).

Step 2: Thread the left shoelace (blue) through the last piercing hole on the same side (piercing from bottom to top)

Step 3: Pierce the right shoelace (yellow) through the next piercing hole in the second row (piercing from bottom to top); bring that string through the opposite piercing hole (piercing from top to bottom)

Step 4: Repeat step 3 until the last piercing hole is done.

Step 5: Tie the remaining two strips together and tie the knot.

Do you want to try on your sports shoes with the useful tips above? Shoesops wish you success!

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