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Interesting Shoelace Patterns That You Can Try with No-Tie Sneaker Laces

When it comes to a revolutionary change in your mundane shoelace tying, no-tie laces can eat the cake. With the advantages of saving your time and providing you a great fit, these shoelaces can work wonders for you and your sneakers, making them a lot more instantly wearable.

Be it kids or even adults, everyone can benefit with some easy elastic shoelaces made from polyester and Lycra fibers which come in a multitude of colors. Once you get cool shoelaces like these, all you need to do is string them once through the eyelets of your beloved sneakers and voila, you never have to tie them again!

The Perfect Fit

Are you in two minds about easy shoelaces, especially because of your fitting woes? Well, look no further because we’ll be giving you tips for just this avenue.
If you have questions regarding how the sneakers will fit you, given that you don’t need to tie them in place, here are a few definite ways in which the no-tie laces will give you a proper fit.

The Initial Tie-Up

Once you get cool shoelaces that have the no-tie feature, all you need to do is fix them up into your sneakers before you begin wearing them. In order to do so, you need to have a pair of sneakers that have eyelets, since laces have to be strung through them.

The next thing you need to do before beginning the process of lacing is making up your mind as to what fit will suit you the best. Once you decide upon the kind of fit you want, you can adjust the lacing by going according to the following patterns while stringing!

The Patterns

Once you know your preferred fitting and your foot type, you need to choose what kind of pattern you need to lace up your easy shoelaces with. Here are the five basic patterns that you must know.

Loose Bar Pattern

The first pattern is the regular parallel stringing that gives you a relatively loose fit so that you can slip in and out of your sneakers at lightning speed. The added advantage of this pattern is that if you have a tendency wherein your feet swell by the end of the day to due exertion, you will still be able to enjoy a proper fit.

Neutral Crisscross

The most commonly used pattern, especially when it comes to school sneakers is the crisscross lacing. This is one of the best patters when it comes to an appropriate fitting when it comes to extensive walking, running or jogging.

Snug Loops

In order to have a more fitted and comfortable sneaker, you can loop the laces according to your foot width. You can even go for mixed patterns like the bar on the first and last eyelets and wide crisscrosses on the middle ones, in case you’re looking for an even snugger fit.

High Instep

In case you have a high instep situation that troubles your arches, or you have flat feet, this type of lacing will give you the comfort that you seek. Leaving out the middle portion and using the criss-cross method across both ends of the eyelets, ensures that there is a lesser pressure on your arch area.

Vertical Loops

When it comes to the tightest fit possible, go in for vertical loops that will help hold your feet and your sneakers in place be it wind or rain. If you’re into some intensive activity and you don’t need to remove your sneakers quite often, this pattern is meant to be.

These are the few patterns you can try with your no-tie laces, for a better fit!

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