How to tie shoelaces when the instep hits (how to pass) [Eliminates partial instep pain! ]
We will introduce how to tie shoelaces that can be used for shoes that partially touch the instep. It is a knot that can be arranged according to the part that hits.
It has a clean look and is recommended for sneakers and leather shoes.
I have a high instep, so my instep hurts when I wear leather shoes. At that time, I was able to reduce the pain by changing to this knot.
If you have a similar problem, please try it.
How to tie when the instep of the shoelace hits (how to pass)
Characteristics of "How to tie when the instep hits"
- By passing the part that hits the instep vertically, the hit of the instep is reduced.
- Can be arranged according to the part hit
- Clean appearance that can also be used for leather shoes
Recommended tying method for the following shoes.
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Procedure for "How to tie when the instep hits"
If you tie it with "How to tie when the instep hits", it will look like this.
- Pass the part that hits the instep vertically
It is also explained in the video.
1: Pass through the first eyelet on the left and right from the front.
2: Cross through the second eyelet.
3: From the second eyelet on the right, pass it through the third eyelet on the right from the back.
4: Pass one more from the front. (Please freely arrange the part that hits the instep through the vertical direction.)
Do the same for the left side as for the right side.
5: From the second eyelet on the left, pass it through the third eyelet on the left from the back.
6: Pass one more from the front.
7: From the fourth eyelet, cross through the top eyelet from the back.
8: Adjust the length and tie it to finish.
Depending on where the instep hits, you can arrange where to pass vertically.
As for the place to cross and pass through, you can pass it through the eyelet from the top of the eyelet or the underwrap from the bottom of the eyelet. In addition, the holding power is higher in the overlap.
Finally: Click here for other ways to tie shoelaces
If you want to reduce the impact of the entire instep, please refer to this.