Besides complementing the sneakers, these red edged laces really show how the lacing runs. Picture sent to me by Dale E.
1. The lace runs straight across the bottom (grey section) and is fed into the top of both bottom lugs.
2. The ends emerge through the bottom of the lugs and are then crossed over and fed into the top of the next set of
lugs up the shoe.
3. Repeat step (2) until both ends reach the top lugs.
Harder to tighten
Comparative Length = 113%
Laced area uses more (about +13%)
Longer laces needed (about +6%)
Shortens lace ends (about −12%)