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Sometimes in order to get a proper fit you must lace your shoes a certain way. Many people suffer from foot problems which means that the typical lacing of the shoe may not benefit them as much as once of the solutions below.


Heel Slip Use two short sets of laces to get a snug fit along the length of your foot. The first lace runs through the middle eyelets where you tie them off, and the second continues through the last pair of eyelets.

Toe Problems Threading one end of the lace diagonally lifts the toe box up to help relieve problems like hammer toes, toe corns, bleeding toes and toe nail problems.

High Arches The splay lacing technique removes the pressure points created when laces cross over each other on the center of the shoe tongue.

Wide Forefoot and Narrow Heel Use two short sets of laces to get a snug fit along the length of your foot. The first lace runs through the middle eyelets where you tie them off, and the second continues through the last pair of eyelets.

Top-of-foot pain Skip a set of eyelets in your lacing pattern to relieve pressure on points along the top of your foot.