Published September 6th, 2017

Lacing your shoes correctly can actually be something of an art. As you know, our shoes are not laced when they’re new in the box. Did you know that there are different optimum lacing methods for narrow, wide, high or tender feet – and that tying your laces correctly will make the shoe fit you better and stay perfectly on your foot? The standard criss-cross lacing, which is most common, provides an even pressure across your entire foot, and is good for feet that look roughly like the last on which the shoe is modelled. For most people this kind of lacing is perfectly adequate, but there are other methods we’d like to tell you about.
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