Over Under Lacing
Over under lacing reduces friction, making the lacing easier to tighten and loosen plus reducing wear and tear. The laces alternate between crossing Over and Under.
• For even numbers of eyelet pairs, begin straight across on the outside and in through the bottom eyelets.
• For odd numbers of eyelet pairs, begin straight across on the inside and out through the bottom eyelets.
• At each eyelet pair, alternate between crossing over (on the outside) and in through the next higher set of eyelets or crossing under (on the inside) and out through the next higher set of eyelets. Repeat until lacing is completed.
1. Decorative look
2. Faster & easier
3. Less wear & tear
By alternating crossovers on the outside and on the inside, there are a couple of benefits:
• The laces don’t rub across the edges of the shoes, which reduces wear and tear on both the shoes and the shoelaces.
• Because of the reduced friction, you don’t really need to pull every single crossover when tightening. Instead, you can pull every second crossover, which is both faster and easier because those that run across on the outside are easier to get your fingers underneath.
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