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Lacing your shoes

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by abrocketsfan, Dec 28, 2007.

  1. abrocketsfan

    abrocketsfan Senior member

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  2. Maharlika

    Maharlika Senior member

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    Which style of lacing do you use?
     
  3. a tailor

    a tailor Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    if someone has a fitting problem. go to propet shoe company.
    hit the button "tips", interesting.
     
  4. abrocketsfan

    abrocketsfan Senior member

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    Which style of lacing do you use?

    I do hidden knot lacing now
     
  5. ld111134

    ld111134 Senior member

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    I now do straight European, which works for shoes with an odd number of eyelets (i.e. most dress shoes).
     
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    Straight European works better with even numbers of eyelets, not odd
     
  7. Sartorian

    Sartorian Senior member

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    I tie with the "Ian Knot". It make for even loops, and the even wear on the laces is great.
     

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