But I figure that experimenting with a different way of lacing has gotta be cheaper than throwing away a perfectly good pair of shoes.
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11/28/12 8:35 A
Thank you for posting the shoe lacing technique page! I didn't realize there were reasons for lacing your shoes differently. My new running shoe shave been feeling tight on the tops of my feet, so I will definitely be trying out a different way to lace them up.
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11/28/12 4:20 A
I don't like it when the shoes are moving against my feet, but I don't like it if I feel the pressure from the top due to tight shoe laces either. So I lace them up not too tight. If by accident I tie them up too tight, I fix it later, because I can't really go on for long with too tight laces, regardless of if I am walking or running or even sitting.
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It bugs me when I'm walking or exercising and my feet shift or rise up out of my shoe even the tiniest bit. I know having them too tight or too lose can be bad. So I was just curious how to know if they are too tight/too loose.
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