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34 Different Ways To Lace Shoes

By on November 18, 2008

I’m going to air out a little dirty laundry right now… about 2 years ago I discovered the underground sneaker culture that formed around Nike Dunks. Some people were paying up to $3000 for pairs of limited edition sneakers. I did a little research and discovered that a lot of the brands had limited edition kicks. The coolest (in my humble opinion) was the Converse All-Stars. A couple extra bucks goes a long way with the limited editions. I shit you not, I have had people stop me in the street to tell me how awesome my shoes are.

Now that Mike Stoute has sipped my Kool Aid and jumped on the PeteTheFreshman Ho Train to sneaker awesomeness, I once again feel the need to distance myself from the common sneaker folk. I Lace my shoes in unique and ballsey ways. Call me Mario the Freshman cause Mike Stoute got 1UPed!!!!!

Personal Favorite: lattice lacing (Looks Crazy Awesome with 2 Colors)

This is called Train Track Lacing:

This ones called Spiderweb Lacing:

You can see the rest of the 34 over at http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/

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  1. Anonymous

    January 8, 2011 at 10:14 pm

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