3 Great Ways To Tie Your Laces For Running
Running is not just an exercise, its a passion, a feeling, a determination, a mission and much more. Every runner has its own perspective for running but do you ever thought how shoe lace impact your overall running experience. Thus, here are 3 great ways to tie your shoe lace in order to enhance your running experience:
Try this: if the top of your shoes feel tight or bind.
• Begin straight across on the outside and go in through the bottom eyelet.
• The left lace end runs straight up on the inside, and then goes straight across on the outside.
• Both lace ends run straight up the inside, each skipping an eyelet.
• Both lace ends continue straight across on the outside and in through the adjacent eyelets.
• Alternate until lacing is completed.
2nd Method: Gap Lacing (also known as a variation of crisscross lacing)
• Begin straight across on the inside and out through the bottom eyelets.
• Use crisscross lacing until just below the area that needs more room.
• Run lace ends straight up the sides to the next higher set of eyelets, creating the gap.
• Continue with crisscross lacing above the sensitive zone.
3rd Method: Loop Lacing Lock (also known as “runner’s tie” when used as a high lock)
Try this: to minimize heel slippage.
• Lace to the second eyelet from the top using your preferred method.
• Run lace ends straight up on the outside and in through top eyelet.
• Cross lace ends, and then pass them under the opposing vertical section.
• Tying the laces pulls the vertical sections inward for increased foot security.