Spider Web Lacing (lug version)
• Begin straight across (grey section) and down through the second set of lugs from the bottom.
• The ends continue straight down through the bottom set of lugs.
• Cross the ends, running diagonally across and up the shoe, skipping one set of lugs before feeding into the top of the next vacant set of lugs.
• Feed the ends down through the lugs, then continue down and across the front of the next lower set of lugs.
• Loop the ends under the vertical sections of lace where they emerge at the bottom of those lugs.
• Repeat crossing diagonally up the shoe, vertically down the shoe and looping under the vertical sections, until lacing is completed.
Firm & tight
Harder to tighten
Shoelace Lengths for Lug Spider Web Lacing
|8 pairs||173 cm||68 in||–14.3 cm||–5.6 in|
|7 pairs||154 cm||61 in||–10.9 cm||–4.3 in|
|6 pairs||136 cm||53 in||–7.5 cm||–3.0 in|
|5 pairs||117 cm||46 in||–4.2 cm||–1.7 in|
|4 pairs||99 cm||39 in||–0.8 cm||–0.3 in|
|3, 2 pairs = (N/A)|
• Longer shoelaces needed than those for basic Lug Criss Cross Lacing.
• If the original shoelaces are re-used, this method effectively shortens the ends.
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