Thursday, June 26, 2008

A Few Different Ways To Tie Your Sneakers

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Just a simple picture tutorial showing different ways you can tie your sneakers.


90 comments:

  1. this is awesome

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  2. kewl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. Wow! This is really kind of cool!

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  4. Dude that is totally COOL! I have about 12 pairs of skate shoes and am going to try each one!

    HT
    http://www.ULtimate-Anonymity.com

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  5. http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/index.htm

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  6. This Truely Amazing, I never knew that there were so many ways to tie the sneakers.

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  7. I'm going checkerboard! They should have flyers like this in the shore store

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  8. A few ways to Lace your sneakers...

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  9. The title should have been "A Few Different Ways To Thread Your sneakers". Chetan's link is about tying.

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  10. This is entire article was stolen from another website.

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  11. this is very awesome..

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  12. PWNED: http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/lacingmethods.htm

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  13. this is truly amazing that someone can rip information from another without giving credit

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  14. Now can we have a post with "A Few Different Ways to Untie Your Sneakers Afterwards" ?

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  15. i like the n lettce or something anyways its so tight but i wonder how you untie.....☺☻♥

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  16. this is so tight! i just wonder how you untie them after wards! lol im going for the elise or something

    ☺☻♥

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  17. I did checkerboard on my own back in basic in Fort Jackson SC in 1988. The drills noticed it but I guess there was no field manual regulation about PT sneaker shoelaces so they let it go.

    Soon all the white kids in my platoon had em.

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  18. that's cool

    www.paintballsentry.com

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  19. I love it. Have to try

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  20. If this is from another website, mr anonymous, please do post us a link, not sure how those letters would have gone, all I can get "lacing dome hjkbf" and then I get bored.

    Nice post/find whatever the story though.

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  21. ok, get a life.

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  22. this is so cool i had 2 take card board and an extra shoe lace 2 c wich 1 i wanted!

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  23. Just a warning to some of you kids out there that are quick this is a "cool" idea. Here in the Bay Area gangs identify friends and enemies by their shoelaces. It's as dangerous as wearing a blue shirt to a Blood party. If you see someone checking out your kicks get ready to be ganked later. Just food for thought.

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  24. Is there a way to print these out? I do not see a link to click for printing.

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  25. this is truly amazing that someone can rip information from another without giving credit

    (c)2008, Me

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  26. Throw a Canadian Voodoo Knot on any one of those and you're good to go yo.

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  27. this is pretty cool!!! the guy who is all but hurt about some one ripping off his oh so brilliant shoe lace knot boo hoo, cry me a river!!

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  28. I`m a 28 year old Mum...My little girl is 6... This should be a fun challenge for all her little trainers and shoes...Aghhhhhh... ;)
    Over and Out...Tralena

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  29. I have always wanted to tie my shoes differently, now i know how to!

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  30. Stumbleupon.com, you just paid off ! :D No, just jokin', I really appreciate this tool. Great article there!

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  31. lol, that's cool. too bad i don't wear sneakers!

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  32. huh ??? i dont get where the laces end up in the checkerboard one...( only one really cool enough to wear:P)

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  33. Guys, where are my shoes?! Gotta test some of them :)

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  34. amazing article nice and the best i will bookmark this

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  35. Hey am gonna try it now!! awesome!!

    http://www.yummyuck.com

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  36. very cool. Stumble +1 and bookmarked :D

    leimrod.com

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  37. I don't give a shit how my sneaker are tied.

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  38. think that anybody gives a shit that you don't give a shit?

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  39. Thumbs down for plagarism

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  40. Actually, I've seen a BOOK in a bookstore with these EXACT illustrations (the book, however, came with some laces in case you have shoes but no laces). So these were stolen from someone's BOOK, not BLOG.

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  41. The book that was mentioned in a previous post was written by the Author of the website...there is a link to it on the bottom of http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/lacingmethods.htm

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  42. thats a bunch of piss

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  43. I saw these and it caused me to fart loudly and repetitively for over 27.5 minutes. This was embarrassing since it occurred in a meeting with Fortune 500 CEO's who then forced me to retie my sneakers (we all wear sneakers with our navy blue suits, don't you?) until the flatulencia ceased.

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  44. thumbs down for laces. VELCRO!!!1

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  45. wow,cool shoes,but peculiar,mo?
    small world. harrisonville.

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  46. wow,peculiar,mo? harrisonville. small world.

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  47. I really think this creative. Looks fun.

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  48. Now I know what I can do in my spare time! Very Nice!

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  49. that shit is fucking stupid, just tie your damn shoes. who gives a shit.

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  50. toooooooooooo coooooooooool

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  51. I'm pretty sure they didn't steal the pictures from that site mentioned. These pictures are clearly scanned from somewhere.

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  52. This is very cool, and I like the new look of your blog!

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  53. Question. When did these start? How did you come about them? I'm asking because two/three years ago, I was doing marketing research for shoes and I interviewed (by chance) a person who personally claimed to have started this whole thing.

    During that time, these unorthodox tying techniques were already moderately popular in my place.

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  54. Wow who took the time to figure all these out? I had no idea there were so many ways to lace your shoes, that is amazing!

    http://www.santaletterz.com/

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    Ormuzz88.elbruto.es

    Si les gusto los diferentes tipos de trensados entren a esa pagina y ayudemnos a actualizar mas trenzados para el disfrute de todos ustedes!

    Entreen! =D

    Ormuzz88.elbruto.es

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  56. I did the checkerboard. Looks amazing :D. Thanks.

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  57. lovely blog I’m a mad Skate shoes fan who loves skateboarding more than anything else. So imagine my surprise at finding a blog that talks about them! And love DC Shoes UK and vans trainers uk for skating because it helps to improve skate performance.

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  58. y would yal pick da ugliest shoe ta do it on yal could have picked some jordans or something.

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  59. Nice blog and giving very nice information regarding shoes and boots..here is best company that is providing u the warm boots...and in all the seasons...check this out...

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  60. give credits to sneaker freaker

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  61. Nice color contrast of stuff to make stylish sneaker and it's looking so cool.

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  62. Just found this on accident....who cares how this landed on this site or who it was stolen from....it's still some clever shit...wait now I feel like a boob leaving a comment!

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  63. Nice I've been looking for the same thing, and got here through Google. I love this post and now i can tie my vans shoes in 5 different ways. they are awesome!

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  64. Wow, so many creative ways, I've been using one way only all the time.

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  65. I have 4 daughters... who all happen to LOVE shoes! This should finally prove to them that their dad is sorta coolish. :P

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  66. amazing***i like this much :)

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  67. This blog is amazing!!!i stay impressive with the whole information because is absolutely interesting and wonderful .I like the new ideas raised in this blog. Simply wonderful. i love the shoes, it drives me crazy.i usually go shopping, specially to buy shoes.

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  68. It's not from http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/lacingmethods.htm ,

    It's from:
    http://www.hourlylaff.com/15-amazing-ways-to-tie-your-sneakers/

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  69. Even if it was stolen, which it might not have been, you do NOT need to say that and post the website three hundred times. We get it, you are upset, now go complain to someone who cares. Please.

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  70. i must say that You Blog Is Awesome .thanks For Sharing Shoes Collections.Thanks a Lot.

    Etnies Shoes | Vans Trainers | Boots Shoes

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  71. omg AWSOME imma go checkerbaord!

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  72. thanks 4 the inspiration! i've made severals others now!

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  73. hey what are the shoes shown? I like them I want to get me a pair of those pumas

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  74. i just pooped a hammer

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  75. Too cute. Who knew there were so many ways to tie a shoe !!!

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  76. Todas estan finas ..!! :)

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  77. who came up with these ideas?

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