This picture of Lug Spider Web Lacing was sent to me by Matt C.
1. The lace runs straight across (grey section) and down through the second set of lugs from the bottom.
2. The ends continue straight down through the bottom set of lugs.
3. The ends are crossed over each other, running diagonally across and up the shoe, skipping one set of lugs before
feeding into the top of the next vacant set of lugs.
4. The ends run down through the lugs, then continue down and across the front of the next lower set of lugs.
5. The ends are looped under the vertical sections of lace where they emerges at the bottom of those lugs.
6. Repeat steps (3) to (5) until both ends reach the top lugs.
Firm & tight
Harder to tighten
Comparative Length = 131%
Laced area uses more (about +31%)
Longer laces needed (about +15%)
Shortens lace ends (about −28%)