43 Different Ways To Tie Your Shoe Laces

May 31, 2015

You probably have owned a few kicks in your life and I bet the only way you have tied them was the "regular" way. I am not saying there is anything wrong with it, but there is always room for improvement :)

Your kicks were not meant to be laced in the regular way. You owe it to them to give them a better life! Buy them new laces regularly, pimp the hell out of those shoes. Tie them in unique patterns and make it YOUR look. Stand Up and Stand Out.

Mr Iam for Fieggen.com has compiled 43 lacing methods that you can use to invigorate your kicks. I have attached the link to the site below for your reference. If you need shoe laces, go to www.slickieslaces.com to purchase.

http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/lacingmethods.htm


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Size Guide

SIZE GUIDE

For accuracy, please measure your own set of laces. We will not be responsible for any errors in length.

Sneakers

Recommended Length

NMD R1 (3 Eyelets)

80CM – 90CM (80CM for less excess lace)

NMD R2 (Primeknit)

90CM

Ultra Boost

90CM – 100CM (80CM for no-tie look) (90CM is for 1 single knot)

Ultra Boost Uncaged

80CM – 90CM (80CM for less excess lace)

Human Race

140CM

EQT

4 Eyelets – 90CM

5 Eyelets – 90CM (Very small bow)

110-120CM (Stock lace length)

NIKE Roshe

90CM – 100CM

Offwhite Presto

160CM

NIKE Vapormax

120CM

Superga

5 Pairs of Eyelets - 90CM

Yeezy Boost 350

120CM

Stan Smith

120CM

VANS

Era – 100CM
Old Skool – 120CM

SK8 HI – 140CM