How many Laces does Converse have by now?
Are there different between Converse Lace Shoes?
- Identify the number of eyelet pairs on the shoe.
- Multiply that number by 3.
- Add 12 to the result to establish the correct lace length.
How long are Converse Low Top laces?
How long are converse high top laces?
The length of Converse High Top laces depends on the number of eyelet pairs on the shoes. For most Converse High Top models, such as the Chuck Taylor All Star High Tops, which typically have 8 pairs of eyelets, 54-inch laces are the standard length (as the way calculating Converse Low Top Laces above). However, it’s essential to verify the number of eyelet pairs on your specific model to ensure the correct lace length.
Why are Converse Laces so long?
Can shorten Converse Laces while tying?
Bar lacing method
- Start at the first pair of eyelets, inserting both ends from the outside in. Once inside, hold the two ends together and pull them tight.
- Push the left aglet through the adjacent eyelet from the inside out. Push the right aglet through the next two adjacent eyelets from the inside out.
- Both ends should run straight up on the inside, skipping one eyelet and emerging two eyelets higher. Then, both ends should continue straight across on the outside and through the adjacent eyelets.
- Alternate running up on the inside and across on the outside until lacing is completed.
- After lacing, tie your Converse laces. The hidden verticals inside the shoe create a neater look.
Loose lacing method
To loosely lace Converse shoes:
- Start at the first pair of eyelets, inserting both ends of the lace from the outside in. After lacing the first pair of eyelets, move to the next pair and insert the aglets from the outside in instead of the inside out.
- Use your finger to maintain a loose appearance throughout the lacing process.
- Repeat this process until you reach the last pair of eyelets. Afterward, pull the tongue upward, ensuring the laces hang loosely without touching the ground.
- Keep in mind that loose lacing can cause the shoe tongue to slide.