Tuesday, 15 April 2008


On an average shoe with six pairs of eyelets, there are almost 2 trillion ways to feed a shoelace though those 12 eyelets. Ian Fieggen's Shoelace site has most of those ways graphically illustrated. Ian also tells you the (dis)advantages of a particular lacing method such as pressure points and ease of tightening. Another great Australian resource if you don't know how to lace your shoes.

1 comment:

Nicole said...

That's so funny considering how many people go barefoot or wear flip-flops here!