Amazing, I spent more about an hour there.
well my current unicycling shoes dont even have laces so its not much help for me. Interesting that the trick im learning atm is called “lace walk” (or backwards wheel walk feet behind frame for the purists)
Thats awesome I have trouble with my right shoe sometimes getting ripped off, so I tried the lattice pattern and not only does it look cool its also tighter without feeling it and it doesn’t loosen at all.
Thanks for the info, I’m changing over my shoes now! So far so good.
Neat site, Thanks. Looks great for avoiding laces in the cranks, just tried it. Maybe I missed something, or my shoe eyelets cause problem, but it was hard to tighten the laces so I going back to the traditional way, but I will skip the top most inside hole, which puts the knot on the outside of the shoe away from the cranks.
That’s an amazing website! Really interesting and useful!
Thank you so much for posting the link!
Wow, never even thought of doing it that way. My laces occasionally get snagged in the spokes, but I might try this out, since I use a different pair of shoes to ride in than I do for everything else.
wow that’s cool I just redid my laces with that pattern and then my laces were still really long and I just fed them underneath the parts going through the eyelets it’s really cool (YEAH 201 POSTS)
I always used to just tuck the laces into the front of my shoes. If you get 2005 or later 661 duallys they have a sleave on them to hold the laces. so I just do that.
Thats an awesome idea. I’ve actually gotten my laces cought in the pedals of a bike and fell over…
Jeez, am I the only person here who (years ago) had the common sense to tuck my loops and ends into the cross threads so they wouldn’t get caught on anything?
The amazing power of the internet!
Note that the photo of the cycling shoe is wrong because it shows the knot on the inside, whereas the text says the outside.
I applaud you’re amazing sense of perception
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THANK YOU no more UPDS for me
Re: A lacing pattern for cycling shoes
Into the blue <Into.the.blue@NoEmail.Message.Poster.at.Unicyclist.com> writes:
> Jeez, am I the only person here who (years ago) had the common sense to
> tuck my loops and ends into the cross threads so they wouldn’t get
> caught on anything?
I learned that tip in this forum. From John Childs, I think.
Wow, none of my shoes even have the laces getting in the way, and when they did, I just tuck them under the laces that are crossed, or to the side.
Note that you need to learn to read.
Note that you need to learn to be more original, anyway I spent a large chunk of time browsing that website.
Lately my daughter has been complaining that her laces were too long and I didn’t want to cut them to loose the nice ends… I’m now in the middle of lacing them up the ladder method which shortens them.