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How to do up converse laces.. watch

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    Hey guys,

    I'm posting this on behalf of a friend of mine who just bought their first pair of converse and wants to know how to do them up, because they look all wierd the way their doing it atm..
    They are brand new and the laces are not even on the shoe yet and so my friend just wants to know how its done and pictures would be appreciated =]

    I hope that makes sense

    Thanks
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    http://www.abbygelfand.com/photo/converse.jpg

    like that, or any other way. you can have ur laces anywhere if theyre covered by your trousers.

    just start at the bottom and pull the lace into the centre like the picture above then work your way up.
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    i know this isnt answering the question but i bought some converses today for the first time and also don't know how to tie them up!
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    Although i do mine up like this

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4xGlPkbfBs
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    Did you want them tied up criss-crossed or parallel?

    Don't know if this will help: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=165362
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    I think parallel looks best for hi tops but criss cross for normal converse.
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    Not sure but this website may be of use: http://chucksconnection.com/laces.html
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    http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/
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    the guy in the shop done mine up, they have a special way i think lol
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    Mine are done up criss-crossed. I can't do them the other way.
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    Mine are parallel, I don"t like them criss cross :p:
    To difficult for me to describe how to do that in English though
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    okidoki thankyou everyone :hugs:
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    Post up pictures of your Converses Close up ones of your laces.
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    Criss-crossed for me.
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    (Original post by Mad Vlad)
    Criss-crossed for me.
    mine too

    but only because I can't do it any other way
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    I can't believe there's actually a thread on this. Do them up any way you damn like!
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    I don't have converse as i'm 2 kool, i have dunlop's

    I can tell you how to lace your sheos to look like http://www.jamesandjames.com/pictures/dunlop/r1555.jpg if you want...
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    i have mine like this...


    oooo dont tie them
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    (Original post by Irony of Dying on Your Birthday)
    I don't have converse as i'm 2 kool, i have dunlop's

    I can tell you how to lace your sheos to look like http://www.jamesandjames.com/pictures/dunlop/r1555.jpg if you want...
    ive got dunlops too... but youre not totally cool until youve got velcro Babyshams :p:
 
 
 
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