Thursday, July 3, 2014

Assignment #2

Have you ever wished you could get a more snug fit in the heel of your running shoe? That last hole at the top is designed to allow you to adjust your laces so you can tighten up your shoe for a more comfortable fit. This pictorial tutorial will show you how to use the runner’s lace for a better fitting heel.

1.) Lace your shoes as you normally would up to the second to the last hole.

2.) Instead of crossing over to the other side of the shoe, make a loop by going through the same hole on the same side as the second to last hole of your shoe.

3) Make another loop on the other side.

4) Next, thread the ends of the laces through the loops you just made on both sides of your shoes.

5) Tighten up your shoes by pulling on the laces to adjust the fit and feel.

6) Once you find a comfortably snug fit, tie your shoes as you normally would.

Here is an up-close look at your handy work.

Now you are ready to hit the pavement with a comfortable fit in your shoe. 

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