Montgomery Rasp: a new level of lacing

centuries ago people were able to perform incredible feats of lace tying these skills have long since been forgotten. British cobbler Montgomery Rasp is trying to recreate what was lost. From studying historical pictures of shoelaces found on the Internet Montgomery discovered shoe lace tying was done with the barest of contact. Montgomery is able…

Button-Up Lacing System 2.0

You button your pants. You button your shirts and your jackets. So why are you still tying your shoes? With our Button-Up Lacing solution, now you can button your shoes too! Hi. I’m Chris Faith, creator of the ‘no-tie’ Button Lacing System. Once you have our simple-to-use Button Lacing System, there’s no more tying laces.…

Ukrainian Lacing | Video-Lesson 2 | Doing the Knot

Hello! Let’s do a standard knot on the footwear with Ukrainian Lacing. First of all tighten the lacing to your preference. Then adjust the loops to make it preferably equal. It’s really easy with this method. Now do a standard knot as shown. It’s cute, isn’t it? And reliable! To undo the knot, it’s enough…

Ukrainian Lacing Quick Demo

Ukrainian Lacing solves an ages old problem, keeping habitual way of use at the same time. This is a pair of footwear with conventional laces… … and with conventional problems. Now look at the same footwear and same lace with Ukrainian Lacing. All the major problems of conventional lacing are gone! At the same time…

How to Sawtooth Lace your shoes – Professor Shoelace

G’day everyone, Ian Fieggen here, also known as “Professor Shoelace”. Today’s video is about “Sawooth Lacing”. Now this is an unusual lacing which has straight sections on the top and diagonal sections underneath. And the interesting part is that it actually shifts the shoe out of alignment, which can be helpful if you’ve got a…

How to Zipper Lace your shoes – Professor Shoelace

G’day everyone, Ian Fieggen here, also known as “Professor Shoelace”. Today’s video is about “Zipper Lacing”. This is a lacing that provides extra tightness because it sort of locks at each pair of eyelets. Plus it looks interesting – – a bit like a giant zipper. Let’s look at that on my “Ian’s Shoelace Site”…

How to Gap Lace your shoes – Professor Shoelace

G’day everyone, Ian Fieggen here, also known as “Professor Shoelace”. Today’s shoe-lacing tutorial is about “Gap Lacing”. Now this method has a couple of uses. The most common use is for runners and so forth who suffer pain on the upper ridge, or “instep”, of the foot. “Gap Lacing” obviously has a gap there at…