Running shoe lacing methods and tips to help you find your perfect fit.
This way of tying the shoes gives you more room for a higher arched foot.
can also be called "parallel knotting" or "Lydiard knotting. This technique gives you less tension over the back of the foot.
This variant helps you who pronate strongly and gives you better stability.
Makes the shoes sit very tight over the foot, this so that you with a low foot will get a better fit.
For maximized heel grip, this binding is perfect.
This variant gives you more room over the toes, depending on how tight you tie you can adjust how much room your toes have to move during the run
If you get swollen feet, the binding is perfect to give a little more comfort when you go out and run.
If you use this binding correctly, you can access specific points that you normally have trouble with during a session.
If you need more room for your toes and want better breathability, we recommend this lacing so you can change how tight you need the shoes to be during your run.