Change is good, so why not change up your shoelaces by lacing them up in a new style or pattern. Tying shoelaces in a cool new way is also a great way to let your child show a little individuality in a sea of black school shoes.
But where to start when it comes to deciding on new ways to lace shoes? Well, luckily for all of us parents who are too busy labelling hundreds of pencils, pens, textas and books to think up our own pattern in the back to school rush, Ian Fieggen has created the most awesome website dedicated to the humble shoelace.
Check out Ian’s Shoelace Site – Bringing you the fun, fashion & science of shoelaces for inspiration and how to guides for a range of ways to lace shoes using Ian’s Shoe Lacing Methods.
Fun, fashion & science in this quirky site about shoelaces. Whether you want to learn to lace shoes, tie shoelaces, stop shoelaces from coming undone, calculate shoelace lengths or even repair aglets, Ian’s Shoelace Site has the answer!You can find out more about this site, or you can dive right in …
If coloured laces are what you are after then check out the methods for lacing up your shoes with bi-colour options. Click here for 5 ways to lace shoes with 2 colours. My personal favourite is the Checkerboard Lacing Method seen below.
The video below has a quick run through of how a few styles would look on a real shoe. The below video is from Youtube.
What is your top pick for ways to lace shoes?