How To Lace Different Types Of Shoes Part 1

How To Lace Different Types Of Shoes Part 1

Not all shoes and sneakers should be laced the same way. Let us guide you through some of the most popular styles and learn how to lace everyone like a pro.

– Vans
Vans is one of the most popular brands for casual shoes. Made famous by California skateboarders in the 1970s, the legendary shoe brand soon trudged into the mainstream and became a household name.

The most famous models of Vans shoes are the Sk8-Hi, the Era, the Old Skool and the Authentic. The best way to attach all of this is probably cross lacing.

Flat shoelaces should be your first port of call, and white is suitable for most colors. However, it is very important to buy the right length for your shoe as all of these popular models are very different in terms of the number of eyelets.

Read More : Considerations When Re-lacing Shoes

– Converse
The Chuck Taylor All Star is probably the most famous sneaker ever. In fact, it’s nothing short of an icon. The type of laces that you choose to tie your conversation depends on two factors: whether your shoes are low or high and what color they are.

Always choose flat shoelaces when it comes to Converse. White should work best in most cases, unless your shoes are completely black. Then they just have to be laced, which is usually done with cross lacing, but a straight bridge tip can also look good.

Kacamata Rayban

– Sneakers
Aside from perhaps your slippers, your best sneakers are probably the most comfortable shoes in your collection and the ones that are worn the most. For this reason, it is important to ensure that they are perfectly coordinated.

Whether you choose flat or round shoelaces depends on the type of sneaker and your personal preferences. For most bright models, flat, white shoelaces are sufficient. As far as lacing is concerned, pretty much anything is possible, but cross lacing is definitely the most popular option and always ensures a clean, classic look.


Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *