Shoe Lacing Photos
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The white laces contrast well against the bright red.
A great photo of this lacing method!
Kevin prefers the loops & ends on the outside.
Note how this lacing pulls in the corners of the shoes.
Lawrence has tucked in the lace ends rather than tying a knot.
The result looks almost like military boots.
This lacing really jazzes up these sneakers.
These wide shoes really accentuate the lattice.
This lacing would really stand out even in the dark.
The lace colors match the shoes perfectly!
The fat laces really make this lacing.
Varying the length of the vertical runs 'tapers' this checkerboard.
Nice side-on shot of these sneakers.
Melissa laced these shoes for her 9 year old son.
This lacing ensures that the 'T W O 3' writing remains visible.
This lacing also uses features of Double Helix lacing.
These thick laces smooth the otherwise sharp zipper design.
Very clean look on these Nikes.
These are typical shoes in a trendy Melbourne shoe store.
The photo even includes a 'thank you' note!
Even these old boots look great when laced with white 'Bars'.
US paratroopers and ceremonial guard units use this lacing.
The 'bars' complement the trademark Adidas stripes.
An interesting variation with a knot tied at both the top and bottom.
The lacing is the finishing touch on these multi-colored dunks.
Particularly effective on dress shoes whose sides meet in the middle.
I love it how Brian has used a drum kit as a trendy shoe stand!
The stock round white laces were replaced with flat black laces to match the 'Umbro' motif.
Another way of wearing shoes with the lace ends hidden.
These bows are sitting crooked, which may be fixed Here.
Check out the twin lattices!
This lacing looks really different on such wide shoes.
Rather than weaving, Larrissa has overlapped these laces, which looks pretty neat.
Notice how the two shoes have reversed checkerboard color schemes.
These shoes are w-i-d-e, allowing a huge number of vertical runs.
The double-width laces create a strong weave.
Using one color for the whole checkerboard gives a subtle result.
These star laces create an amazing checkerboard effect!
This interesting variation has laces passing twice through each eyelet.
Ladder lacing makes these shoes look even more distinctive.
This lattice has the loose ends hidden for a neat result.
The lacing gives a very clean, minimalist look to these sneakers.
Classic black & white look, with the lace ends tucked in.
These wide sneakers really show off any lacing method.
This shows off the sharp zipper design really well.
These are the most unusual shoes I've seen with Lattice Lacing!
Ryan has varied the overs and unders of this lacing.
The zipper lacing will certainly be noticed on these bright sneakers!
The two colored laces even match my lacing diagrams!
Very effective with the lace passing through the bottom lug.
Ben has created some individual variations of several methods.
A black & white checkerboard alongside a white & black checkerboard.
The 'Over' crosses are very easy to pull tight.
These wide, green laces make even traditional lacing look great.
Wide shoes and wide laces accentuate the 'bars'.
The underlying zig-zag can actually look interesting.
The black lace has also been fed through the bottom eyelets.
The Display Shoe Lacing is enhanced with an additional black crossover.
This lacing is finished with outside loops for cycling.
What's left of leather ladder lacing on some old military boots.
A very laid-back picture of this sharp lacing.
Fat black lacing really sets off Mike's custom painted AF1s.
One checkerboard is pink & white, the other is white & pink.
One shoe has the pink lace, the other has the white.
Strong contrast with these white laces.
A slightly different look on otherwise conservative shoes.
Broad areas of white give a neat, un-cluttered look.
Very clean, fresh look with this all-white setup.
Very smart looking lacing in classic black & white.
This angle really shows off the weave of the lattice.
The intricate zipper complements the white star motif.
Two flat colored laces on top of each other are all tied together.
Both colored ends are tucked in like Display Shoe Lacing.
Thick, round laces are ideal for showing off ladder lacing.
This lacing is specifically for this type of riding boot.
The loops & loose ends have been tucked into the boot.
Note how this lacing mis-aligns the sides of the boot.
The laces pass under the tongue-cntering flap.
This lacing improved the fit for Aaron.
An unusual look on these all-black Adidas'.
Fresh green goes well with these white sneakers.
Bridget's spin is to lace them backwards!
A lug version of Checkerboard Lacing.
Neatly finished off with a Surgeon's Shoelace Knot.
Nice picture of these neat Reeboks.
The bells on top are the finishing touch!
This checkerboard is about the most tightly packed that I've seen.
Great photo, which really shows the weave of the lattice.
Using two mirrors to show the lacing from three angles.
The sneakers look hot, and not just because of the flames!
Interesting yellow-edged shoelaces give a great effect.
Close-up showing nice yellow-edged shoelaces.
Checkerboard looks great with fat, colorful laces.
Red & blue make a striking color combination.
Zipper lacing on the lower section runs through metal loops.
Two colors have been woven into a bi-color lattice.
The straight 'bars' complement the Adidas stripes.
These sneakers were customized for an art project.
First of five different lacings on Bridgette's Etnies.
Second of five different lacings on Bridgette's Etnies.
If you have a cool shoe lacing photo to contribute, please e-mail it to Ian.