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Twistie Lacing (lug version)
A lug version of Twistie Lacing. Like a combination of Loop Back and Knotted Lacing, the laces are twisted together with a vertical overhand knot at each crossover before continuing to the other side.
Lug Twistie Lacing diagram
Lacing Technique:
• Begin straight across the bottom (grey section) and up through both bottom lugs.
• At each eyelet pair, the ends are given one complete twist in the middle of the shoe before continuing to the opposite sides.
• The ends are fed under the sides and out through the next higher set of eyelets.
• Repeat until lacing is completed.

Features:
Decorative look
Keeps lacing tight
Harder to loosen

Comparative Length = 104%
Laced area uses more (about +4%)
Longer laces needed (about +2%)
Shortens lace ends (about −3%)
More details
Notes:
Twistie lacing looks best on shoes with thick, round laces, especially light coloured laces on dark coloured shoes. These accentuate the fact that the laces are twisted together before crossing over each other.
For more info and animated instructions, see the eyelet version of Twistie Lacing.

Lug Twistie Lacing Gallery
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Related Links
Twistie Lacing Twistie Lacing
Same lacing method for shoes with eyelets instead of lugs.
Lug Loop Back Lacing Lug Loop Back Lacing
Similar method with laces given a half twist instead of a full twist.

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