Shoe Lacing Photos
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Third of five different lacings on Bridgette's Etnies.
Fourth of five different lacings on Bridgette's Etnies.
Last of five different lacings on Bridgette's Etnies.
The lace ends pass under the checkerboard, then tie at the bottom.
Both methods look great with these pink shoelaces.
This forms an uninterrupted expanse of fat shoelaces.
Sporting two quite different looks on these shoes.
Several ideas were combined into this custom lattice design.
Andrea has easily adapted this lacing for seven eyelet pairs.
Great effect with two different colored checkerboards.
The navy & white laces were carefully stitched together.
The grey & white laces were carefully stitched together.
An unusual partial lattice made with two laces.
Really inventive doubled lattice, which Brice calls a 'Diagonal Checkerboard'.
This combination assists tightening plus looks great.
These white laces really help show off this design.
The double helixes run in opposite directions for symmetry.
Interesting choice of lacing to suit the design of these sneakers.
One of the neatest checkerboards that I've seen.
Zipper Lacing keeps Nathaniel's firefighting boots tight and ready for action.
Romulus received compliments from complete strangers.
An interesting industrial backdrop for these Nikes.
This inside-out lacing was done to stop friends asking how to straight lace.
Fabulous hot pink laces with black stars really stand out!
The simple knot gives these shoes a 'kinda loose' fit.
Ed reckoned these lacing instructions were 'fairly simple'.
These adicolors are 'laced up and ready for prom night'.
The right shoe is a checkered checkerboard!
Josh also knotted these with Ian's Secure Shoelace Knot.
DC Shoes have a very wide area for lacing patterns.
The photo even includes a 'thank you' note!
Notice how Yuri has laced his initials 'Y' and 'T' on the sides!
The green laces blend well with the inner lining.
These fat, checkered laces create a continuous checkerboard.
This must be about the widest lattice I've seen.
First of three wild looking methods on Wampisia's customized boots.
Second of three wild looking methods on Wampisia's customized boots.
Last of three wild looking methods on Wampisia's customized boots.
Jeff threw in some Footbag Lacing to use up the excess lace.
Using fat white laces makes an interesting checkerboard.
Heather modelling her fashionable Lattice Laced All-Stars.
Heather has received many compliments on this method.
Two different methods that complement the different shoes.
Even the tongue centering lug and model label fit in with this lacing.
First of two lacing methods on Cristian's shoes, with my site in the background.
Last of two lacing methods on Cristian's shoes, with my site in the background.
Some interesting variations that combine looks & functionality.
A sharp looking checkerboard on these black and white trainers.
A single crossover completes the lacing on these seven-eyelet-pair shoes.
Red on red makes for a less prominent lattice effect.
Hiding the bottom straight section creates uninterrupted crosses.
Note the single knot between the bottom eyelets, which keeps the lace ends centered.
It's easy to follow the path of this lacing through the metal loops.
Quite a different look with the metal loops showing the whole path of the lacing.
The shoes have reversed cyan & white / white & cyan checkerboards.
Checkerboard Lacing looks pretty cool with this color combination.
Here you can compare Lattice Lacing on 8-eyelet-pair hi-tops and 6-eyelet-pair lo-tops.
Lock Lacing, Ian's Secure Shoelace Knot, plus the loose ends tucked under the crossovers, make for a very secure running combination!
A creative bi-color variation of Double Cross Lacing.
Officially, these Nikes are in White / Vars Maize / Legend Blue colorway.
Nice angle that shows off both the shoes and the lacing.
Interesting how the two white laced areas look concave and convex.
Front shot of Cutegy's AF1s with four-way Lattice Lacing.
Side shot of Cutegy's AF1s with four-way Lattice Lacing.
Seven eyelet pair shoes with an unusual variation of Lattice Lacing.
The checkerboards fill only the lower eyelets, whilst the lace ends wind through the upper eyelets.
First of six lacing methods on Dovydas' Adidas shoes.
Second of six lacing methods on Dovydas' Adidas shoes.
Third of six lacing methods on Dovydas' Adidas shoes.
Fourth of six lacing methods on Dovydas' Adidas shoes.
Fifth of six lacing methods on Dovydas' Adidas shoes.
Last of six lacing methods on Dovydas' Adidas shoes.
Front-on shot of Dovydas' shoes, with an unusual fat knot on each lace end.
Angled shot of Dovydas' shoes, with an unusual fat knot on each lace end.
Note the bi-color variation of Lattice Lacing on the left shoe.
These limited edition Nikes have nice fat laces with metal aglets.
Talk about customized - side 'frames', bottom bows, with cute hand-drawn penguins!
Good angle that shows off the checkerboard weave really well.
By tying the knot through the tongue loop, the branding is more visible.
Leaving the top two sets of eyelets un-laced keeps the branding visible.
The clean, straight lines gives these Nikes a very sharp appearance.
Each shoe uses Straight (Easy) Lacing in white with another method in black.
Close-up showing two different laces through each eyelet.
Using narrow laces looks more like a woven mat than a checkerboard.
The white laces contrast strongly on these otherwise solid black kicks.
This creates a strong white zig-zag up the left side.
After trying numerous methods, both guys reckoned Checkerboard looked brilliant!
Each shoe contains three patterned laces: Barbed, Super Smiley and Flames.
These elastic laces are permanently tied with a Reef Knot.
Single crossover overcomes the odd eyelet pair limitation of this lacing.
Rather than tucking in the white ends, Sean has tied a regular shoelace knot.
This is the first picture that I've received of Lug Ladder Lacing.
The knot is tied on the inside as per Hidden Knot Lacing.
The right shoe has also been tied with an Ian Knot.
Black combat boots look really sharp with straight white lacing.
This lacing was used so the Halloween Knots would sit at the sides.
Fluoro green shoelaces really stand out, plus the stud is a nice touch.
The frayed ends on these old laces were refinished with heat shrink tubing aglets.
Do the steel studs near the toes make these 'steel capped' sneakers?
First of three different laces and methods on GCLee's white sneakers.
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