This pic of white Reebok sneakers with Lug Ladder Lacing was sent to me by Jeff Smith.
1. The lace runs straight across the bottom (grey section) and up through both bottom lugs.
2. The ends continue straight up through the next higher set of lugs up the shoe.
3. The ends are crossed over each other, running diagonally across and down the shoe, and are fed under the
vertical lace sections on the opposite sides of the shoe before running straight up over the top of the lugs.
4. Repeat steps (2) and (3) until both ends reach the top lugs.
Stays very tight
Harder to tighten
Comparative Length = 128%
Laced area uses more (about +28%)
Longer laces needed (about +13%)
Shortens lace ends (about −25%)
This lacing can be made to look even more similar to
Lug Infinity ∞ Lacing as follows. At Step 3, the ends are fed
over the vertical lace sections on the opposite sides of the shoe before running straight up
behind the lugs, thus hiding those sections of lace that would otherwise run over the top of the lugs.