10 Non-Standard Ways To Lace Your Shoes

According to mathematics, there are over a trillion different ways to tie shoelaces. Although they are all not presentable enough to be used to tie shoes regularly, there are plenty of attractive shoelace designs so you can sport something new every day.

Learning to tie your shoes isn’t exactly rocket science. In fact, it’s probably something you can do in your sleep. But just like some of the other stuff you learned in kindergarten, we’d bet there’s room for improvement.

Did you know about the perfect way to lace your shoes for your foot type? Here are 10 non-standard ways to lace your shoes.

Double Laces

Yet another cool lacing technique using a pair of laces for each shoe, this video tutorial shows two gorgeous lacing methods. Tutorial here!

How to Bar Lace Shoes

The bar lace method looks more striking when worked with contrasting colored shoelaces, like black laces on white or pastel colored shoes and vice versa. Tutorial here!

How To Lace Your Oxfords & Dress Shoes

The most common technique to tie shoe laces is a two-step process. Tutorial here!

Loop Back Lacing

I’m going to do this soon! Converse are really popular and this will make yours cooler! Tutorial here!

Loop Lacing

Nice way to tie your running shoes, isn’t it? Tutorial here!

No-Show Shoe Lace Knot

If you might want to wear shoes without a big bow on top, this is the best way to do it. Tutorial here!

Star Lacing

This is the best shoe lacing I ever seen. I’m going to do the star 🙂 Tutorial here!

Stylish Supernova Lacing Pattern

If you have already picked one or two favorites and are already planning to try your hand at them, here is one of the most unique and innovative shoelace patterns. Tutorial here!

Zig Zag Lacing

This lacing type is highly recommended for those who have a wide forefoot. In this way you’ll give the ball of your foot some space. Tutorial here!

Zipper Lace

The Zipper lace is versatile between finishing knots, and most definitely another simple method for when you are on the go. Tutorial here!

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