March 12, 2017

How To Lace Running Shoes?

How to Tie the Shoe Laces of your running shoes?

Laces come undone, you trip and you fall. Or, you stop to tie them, resulting in a loss of momentum that will undo the tempo that you have build over the past few kilometers. The thing about running, you need to build a steady rhythm and in order for that to happen, you need to be continuously running. Stopping to tie your shoe laces should not be an issue a runner should face.

If you want to know a method on how to lace a pair of running shoes, refer to the video below. This is a good method which you can emulate for your pair of running shoes. This will ensure that your running shoes is a good fit, prevent heel cage slipping and also prevents your shoe laces from coming undone.

 If you are looking for laces for running shoes, we got them here at SLICKIESLACES. We have 26 different colors for you to choose from, and at 120cm, is the perfect length for a pair of running shoes.

Shoe Laces for Running Shoes

Visit us at Singapore's and South East Asia's Premier Brand of Shoe Laces. If you have any other ideas on matching colors and would like to recommend some other laces, feel free to drop me an email.

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Size Guide


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


Recommended Length

NMD R1 (3 Eyelets)

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

NMD R2 (Primeknit)


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



4 Eyelets – 90CM

5 Eyelets – 90CM (Very small bow)

110-120CM (Stock lace length)

NIKE Roshe

90CM – 100CM

Offwhite Presto


NIKE Vapormax



5 Pairs of Eyelets - 90CM

Yeezy Boost 350


Stan Smith



Era – 100CM
Old Skool – 120CM

SK8 HI – 140CM