Similar to the Ultra-minimalist Hitch style, it’s a single lace barefoot sandal tying pattern. Add a Fisherman’s knot and you have something comfy, without a knot at the top of your foot.
Once you get the tension just right, you slip ’em on and off in a second. People use this tying style for everything from walking to running marathons.
First, a few tying tips and notes:
Tying the Lace knot:
This is the knot we most commonly use, especially with our 100% polyester laces.
The “Lace Bead”:
This is the smallest “knot” you can make for your Xero Shoes.
Tying a Figure-8 knot:
If you have our original laces with the nylon core, you’ll want to use this knot.
Barefoot Running Sandal Lacing Tip - Huaraches Barefoot Shoes - Xero Shoes
The basic running sandal tying pattern
Ultra-minimalist Fisherman Tying Style
(this video was made with our old name, from our old site, Invisible Shoes)
Step-by-Step instructions coming soon!