One cool thing you can do with the “extra” lace on your Xero Shoes huaraches sandals is what I like to call “Ah, Knots!” For those of you who are hip to different knot names, you’ll recognize this as just a bunch of half-hitches tied down the length of the toe strap. This idea came […]
On Facebook, Sarah asked: I’m getting the tops of my feet tattooed and need to find a way to tie them so that none of the laces touch the top of my feet! My big toe too! I figure a loop over my 2nd and 3rd toe….but anyone have tying suggestions for the heel? I […]
This is a riff off of the Xero Loop. But instead of using one loop for the slip knot, you make 4. Step-by-Step instructions coming soon!
Riffing on the Phoenix Flower, Tracy makes what she calls “Cute Shoes.” Step-by-Step instructions coming soon!
Here’s something simple and decorative to do with your extra lace. Plus it means you have extra lace with you if you need it! Step-by-Step instructions coming soon!
Kit Raymond has a cool no-toe, no knot tying style that slips on and off. First, a few tying tips and notes: Tying the Figure-8 knot: (he doesn’t use this, but you may want to) Lacing tips: Kit Raymond’s No-Toe, No Knot Tying Style This video makes a reference to our old name, Invisible Shoes.
Dan Mozell came up with a good alternative to the traditional Tarahumara huarache running sandal tying style. 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 […]
Amanda has a clever Chaco sandal-inspired tying style First, a tying tip: Lacing tips: Amanda’s Chaco-Inspired Tying Style This video makes a reference to our old name, Invisible Shoes. Also, you can do the same lacing style, but “rotate” it so the knot ends up behind your heel! And since there’s exposed lace under your […]
Raymond Mack developed this nice thong style 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 tying tip: Lacing tips: Raymond’s Double-Thong Tying Style Since there’s exposed lace under your foot, I recommend coating […]
Kelly’s is a “combined” tying method. You can move the knot to the back of the shoe, behind your heel, if you like. First, a tying tip: Lacing tips: Kelly’s Combined Tying Style This video makes a reference to our old name, Invisible Shoes and show our Classic Kit… you can do this with our […]