Not Helpful 0 Helpful 1. Some styles come with a zipper up the side, but if yours need to be laced up, never fear--in just a few minutes you'll be good to hit the sand. The army lacing technique is good if you have wider feet because the gap in the laces allows for more room.
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This is a used item. What you see in the picture is what you will get. We will make sure it's fixed for you. Brand new in box. Never worn and still wrapped in original manufacturer packaging. The standard way for lacing your boots is to lace up your boot in a criss-cross fashion. Starting at the bottom, string the laces through each of the bottom eyelets.
Pull the laces up vertically as far as possible and ensure both tips are even. For a standard criss-cross lacing method, string your laces through the eyelets, not over the top. Cross one end of the lace diagonally over the tongue. Insert the lace into the second eyelet from the bottom. Once you have strung one lace through the next eyelet, repeat with the other.
Your laces should now be on the outside of your boot. Make sure to always insert one side before the other to keep the pattern uniform until the top of the boot is reached. If you crossed from left to right for the first eyelet, keep this pattern consistent. If you want your boots to have a symmetrical look, do the opposite for the other boot. If you starting by crossing left over right on one boot, go right over left on the other. Staying consistent not only gives your boots a nice, clean look, but it makes tightening the laces easier.
Lace all the way up to the top. If you want a bit more room and extra length in the laces, you can leave the last pair of eyelets empty. At the top, either tie the laces in a bow, or tie off the ends and tuck in. Depending on how much extra lace you have, you can also wrap your laces around your boots before tying your knot. For this method, which is how many armed forces lace boots, you can use the laces that came with your boots, or ones of the same length. If you have an even number of eyelet pairs, you will start by threading the lace through the bottom eyelets from the inside and pulling the laces out.
If you have an odd number of eyelet pairs, you will begin by threading the lace straight across the bottom eyelets from the outside in. Begin lacing your boots. Start with one end of your laces and run it diagonally through the inside of the next eyelet.
For the second pair of eyelets closest to the bottom, you will lace the same way you did for the criss-cross lacing. Repeat with the other end of your laces. Be sure that your diagonal lace runs under your horizontal lace at the bottom, not on top of it. Run your laces vertically through the next eyelet.
On each side of your boot, you will now take the lace and run it directly through the eyelet directly above. Do this for both laces. Run your laces through the next eyelet by going outside in.
You will now have one horizontal portion of your laces at the bottom eyelet, one criss-cross above it, and two eyelets with your laces running vertically through both. Your laces should be on the inside of your boot now. Repeat the diagonal and vertical lacing methods until you reach the top. Alternate threading your laces diagonally and the over the top vertically. Keep the order in which you thread your laces consistent. If you always go right over left, do that for every diagonal lace, and vice-versa if you start left over right.
Tie your laces in a bow, or tuck the ends in. You will end up with your laces on the inside of your boot. Here you can tie a bow like normal, or tuck the laces inside your boots if you want a cleaner look. If you have enough length, you can also wrap your laces around your boot and tie a knot in the front, tucking it behind the tongue.
Get your pair of laces. You want to use laces that are long enough for you boot height. Use the laces that came with your boots or get a pair that is at least as long as your original laces. The Ladder method is also sometimes known as straight across lacing, and is popular among US paratroopers for the security of firm lacing.
Begin by running your laces straight across the bottom eyelets. Start the laces the same way as for diagonal laces, running the laces underneath the bottom eyelet. Your laces should now be on the outside of your boots. Insert your laces through the next eyelet vertically. Now, instead of running your laces diagonally, run each end vertically through the next eyelet up.
This time going from outside to in. Your laces should now be on the inside of your boots. Cross the laces over the tongue. Run your lace under the section of lace that is connecting two eyelets vertically.
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