How to go from this to this into easy steps .
For me , one of the most annoying things when it comes to tying up your boots is having excess bulk in the laces sitting on top of your foot .
So typically when you would tie your shoes , normally , what would end up happening almost every single time .
Obviously , it's gonna vary from shoe to shoe , depending on how long the laces are .
But you tie the laces normally and you end up with all this bulk across the top of the foot or at least just the laces flopping around .
They're not necessarily going to get in the , we have this really clean , streamlined boot with all this tech and then these sloppy laces just sitting on top .
Well , there's a way to get rid of that really easily .
So in order to fix this issue , it's actually very simple .
What you're gonna do is start tying your laces normally until you get to the very top .
Now , typically when you tie a knot , you tie that and you'd pull it directly down the middle , but instead of pulling it down the middle , you're going to pull it towards the outside edge of the boot almost at the actual lace hole position .
So now you can see when I pull it over there , you end up where the knot is going to be tied towards the side of your foot rather than directly on top .
What you're now going to do as well is you're going to pull the loops .
So they're as big as possible without untying the knot itself .
So you can see the two ends are very , very short , but the loops are quite long .
You're going to end up with one loop being bigger than the other .
But that is exactly what you want from there .
All you're going to do is take the loops themselves and basically pull them height and then tuck it into the side of the shoe itself just like that .
And you can see they're completely out of the way .
So you go from the sloppy laces on top like that to a completely clean look and basically clean surface across the top of your foot .
It looks better , it feels better and the laces are totally out of the way .
And that's pretty much it guys , it really is that simple .
Just keep in mind that you can't do this with every single boot , anything that's a mid cut or stuff that has kind of a weird collar with the one piece designs .
Sometimes the end of the lacing system at the top is too far away from the edge to where you can't really tuck the side of the laces in , you can try it and if it works for you and you like the way that it looks and feels , then go ahead .
There's nothing wrong with doing it , but like I said , it doesn't work with every single boot given the kind of weird designs that we have nowadays , but that's how you do it .
And for anyone that cares , this is something that I've pretty much done my entire life when I've had a pair of boots that I can do this with .
If I can tuck the laces in the , decide whether I'm making a video or actually playing myself .
I always do it .
They come untucked from time to time .
Be warned , you will have to re tuck depending on how tight it's done , depending on the boots , but it's really not that big of a deal and it gets your laces out of the way , which ultimately is the goal here .
Now , I know I've made a video on this before on the channel , but the channel has essentially doubled in size since the last one .
And given that I get asked about this all the time every single day .
I figured I'd make an updated video for you guys .
So you know how this is done .
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