How to tie shoelaces when the heel floats "Double eyelet" [Fixes the moving heel! ]
We will introduce the "double eyelet" method of tying shoelaces recommended when the heel moves or floats inside the shoe.
By tying this knot, the instep is held firmly and the heel is less likely to float.
Please try it for your troubled leather shoes and sneakers.
How to tie when the heel of the shoelace floats (how to pass) "Double eyelet"
Features of the "double eyelet" knot when the heel floats
- The holding power of the instep increases and the heel becomes difficult to move.
Recommended tying method for the following shoes.
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How to tie when the heel floats "Double eyelet" procedure
If you tie it with a "double eyelet" it will look like this.
- Pass the upper two eyelets vertically and pass the string through the resulting loop.
- Finally, pull the left and right rings together and tighten the string to fix the instep.
It is also explained in the video.
1: From the third eyelet on the right, pass through the fourth eyelet on the left from the back.
2: As it is, pass it through the top eyelet from the front.
Do the same for the right side as the left side.
3: From the third eyelet on the left, pass it through the fourth eyelet on the right from the back.
4: As it is, pass it through the top eyelet from the front.
5: From the top eyelet on the right, pass it through the loop made on the left side.
6: Pass the other side in the same way.
7: Pull the left and right rings together and tie them tightly to fix the instep.
In the above procedure, the eyelet is tied with an overlap, but you can tie the eyelet up to the third eyelet from the top with either an underwrap or a single tie.