1. Cross method: The shoelace head is straightly inserted from the bottom (grey portion) and passed out from the underside of each shoe hole.
Cross the shoelace heads and then out through the other two shoe holes. Repeat this process until the laces pass through the top two shoe holes.
2. Up and down system
3. Straight line method
4. Straight method (popular type): The shoelace head is straightly passed from the top to the bottom (the gray part) into the two shoe holes at the bottom. One end of the shoelace (yellow end) is passed from the bottom to the top along the right side and straightly penetrates into the other shoe hole of the second row in the lateral direction. Then pass the two heads of the shoelace along
the left side of the shoe hole. Continue to pass the two ends of the shoelace horizontally and then out again and again until one of the ends passes through the topmost shoe hole. The other end of the shoelace is threaded into the penultimate row of shoe holes and then straight up and out through the topmost shoe hole.
5. Straight method (lazy)
6. Sawtooth method
7. Shoe store method: The shoelace head is straightly passed from the top to the bottom (the gray part) into the bottom two shoe holes. The left end (blue end) of the shoelace is pulled diagonally up to the topmost shoe hole on the right side and is worn out. The right end (yellow end) of the shoelace passes through the remaining shoe holes in a zigzag pattern.
8. Show the shoe system
9. Rope ladder method: The shoelace head is straight out from the bottom to the top with two shoe holes at the bottom of the bottom (grey part). The ends of the shoelace penetrate straight into the shoe hole of the second row. Before inserting the shoelace up into the next row of shoe holes, the shoelaces are crossed and penetrated from under the other side of the shoelace in the vertical direction. At the topmost shoe hole, the two shoelace heads cross again and pass underneath the vertical section and then tighten.
10. Double post system
12. Double helix method: starting from the bottom, the left (blue) end of the shoelace is threaded from the bottom to the top, while the right (yellow) end is worn from the top to the bottom. In. The left (blue) end penetrates the second row of shoe holes on the right side, while the right (yellow) end passes through the second row of shoe holes from the bottom to the top. This process is repeated in a double helix until the ends of the lace pass through the topmost shoe hole.
13. Double cross system
14. Hash system
15. Lattice method: The shoelace head is straightly inserted from the bottom (grey portion) and passed out from the underside of each shoe hole. Skip the two rows of shoe holes and cross into the fourth row of shoe holes. Then the two ends of the shoelace are skipped vertically downwards and a row of shoe holes are passed through the second row of shoe holes. Repeat steps 2 and 3, pierce the fifth row of shoe holes, and then straight out from the third row of shoe holes. After crossing, it is completed from the topmost shoe hole
16. Zipper method
18. One-handed method: Take a shoelace that is slightly shorter than the normal shoelace and tie the knot at one end. Use an unknotted one to penetrate from the top right shoe hole and pull it to the knot to be blocked by the hole. Use the shoe store method to wear the “Z” shape of the shoelace to the bottom. A loose one (blue) can be easily inserted under the laces to prevent loosening.
19. Segmentation method
20. Knotted segmentation method: Use a shoelace that is slightly longer than usual. Use the crisscross method to wear to the middle of the shoe and grasp the tightness according to your personal situation. For example, if the foot is narrow, tighten the lower part; the width of the foot is loose. To permanently maintain the tightness of the lower half of the shoe, play a “shrinking knot” here (pictured). Continue to cross to the top with a cross. Only the upper part of the elastic can be adjusted independently.
21. Hidden knotting method
22. Two-color system
23. Dual system
24. Checkerboard method: Take two pairs of laces of different colors, preferably wide and flat. Use one of the colors (yellow in the illustration) for the laces of the straight (popular) or straight (lazy) straps. Use another color of lace (blue in the illustration) to go up and down the first shoelace from the bottom until it reaches the top. Fold at the top of the shoelace and then down and down until you reach the bottom. Repeat the third and fourth steps to continue wearing until the middle gap is worn or the laces are worn. Put all the long shoelaces in your shoes.