How to tie the underwrap of shoelaces of leather shoes (how to pass) [with video! ]
Have you ever tied leather shoelaces with "underwrap"?
There should be more than a few people who have never tied it with an underlap even if they have an overlap. Compared to the overwrap, the underwrap is more comfortable and the string is easier to loosen.
I will introduce how to tie such an underwrap with a video. We also introduce photos of 5 types of leather shoes with under wraps, so please refer to them when putting them through your own shoes.
How to tie the underwrap of the shoelaces of leather shoes (how to pass)
Let's take a look at how each shoe looks when it's passed through an underwrap
jalan srivaya straight tip
I can't say that the black straight tip doesn't look good. Single or parallel is recommended.
Compared to the black straight tip, there is less sense of incongruity, but it is not very compatible. It doesn't seem to suit shoes with inner feathers.
Raymer's U-Chip Derby
U-tip derby works well with single, parallel, overlap, and underwrap ties.
Therefore, it is better to choose according to the fashion when you wear it, such as single or parallel when you are wearing dressy clothes, and overlap or underwrap when you are wearing more casual clothes.
wheel robes straight tip derby
It is common to tie with an underwrap in a derby with an outer eyelet of American taste, but there is no sense of incongruity even with an underwrap.
Underwraps are looser and easier to untie, so if you are concerned about the tightness of the instep, or if you find it troublesome to put them on and take them off, you should change to underwraps.
Sophis and Solid Plain Toe Derby
An underwrap is perfect for a 3-eyelet derby. All eyelets are passed through from the back, so I think it goes well with shoes with a small number of eyelets.
By the way, the overlap looks like this.
How to tie the underwrap (how to thread)
Features of underwrap
- casual impression
- Looser comfort than overlap
- Easier to loosen the string than the overlap
If you are tied with an overlap and you are concerned about the tightness of the instep, or if it is difficult to loosen the laces and it is troublesome to put on and take off, try changing to an underwrap.
Point when tying the underwrap
- pass from under the eyelet
- It looks beautiful when the laces facing the outside of the shoe are crossed up.
How to tie an underwrap
Please also watch the video.
It will look like this when tied with an underwrap. Let's take a closer look at the steps.
1: Pass A1 and B1 from the back.
2: Align the left and right strings to the same length.
3: Pass from A1 to B2 from the back.
4: Pass from B1 to A2 from the back. Repeat 3-4.
5: Pass from A2 to B3 from the back.
6: Pass from B2 to A3 from the back.
7: Pass from A3 to B4 from the back.
8: Pass from B3 to A4 from the back.
9: Pass from A4 to B5 from the back.
10: Pass from B4 to A5 from the back.
11: Adjust the length and tie it to finish.
How to loosen the underwrap (how to solve)
Loosen one step at a time from the top.
1: Pull the 4th string. (The 5th string is pulled.)
2: Pull the third string. (The 4th string is pulled.)
3: Pull the second string. (The 3rd string is pulled.)
4: Finally, spread the wings and the whole will loosen.
How to tighten underwraps
1: Pull the second string. (The 1st step is tightened.)
2: Pull the third string. (The 2nd step is tightened.)
3: Pull the 4th string. (The 3rd row is closed.)
4: Finally, pull the top string to tighten the whole.
Finally: Here are the shoelaces I used to tie the underwrap
I used MONDSHOELACE's "waxed shoelace round lace 2.2mm" Bordeaux.
You can freely order cell color and string length from various types of shoelaces.
See this article for other connections.