TUTORIAL - How To Tie Shoelaces for Laces That Are Too Long (VIDEO)

February 02, 2016

This video is actually a tutorial on how to do the "Lace Lock" or the "Heel Lock" lacing method by utilising the last eyelet which is more commonly found on running shoes. The "Lace Lock" method also takes off pressure the top of your foot making it more comfortable.

Another added benefit of this method is that it utilises a longer amount of lace length to tie. So, if you have shoelaces that are usually too long, using this method to tie them will make it just about right for your shoe. You could refer to the video below for a clearer explanation on the benefit :) If you need shoelaces for your running shoes, you can get them at www.slickieslaces.com

 Slickieslaces is Asia's largest shoelace online store, offering hundreds of different kind of high-quality shoelaces for you to choose from. Visit us atwww.slickieslaces.com

 


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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