This lacing technique helps the shoe provide additional support to prevent supination from getting in the way of comfort.
Too Tight on Top
Sometimes called “parallel lacing” or “Lydiard lacing”, this technique keeps tension away from the upper.
This technique helps stop over-pronation and improve stability on the track or trail.
This lacing technique for flat feet keeps the shoe very snug around the foot to help advance your experience.
Keep your foot in place while in motion by using this lacing technique to avoid heel slipping, which may result in instability, distraction, and accidents.
Allow for more space in the forefoot by using this techniques to adjust tension for better toe splaying.
This technique relieves upper tension for a more comfortable ride when your feet are slightly swollen from training.
One Area Too Tight
By applying this technique right, you can even out certain pressure points and avoid foot fatigue.
Narrow Heel & Wide Forefoot
If you’re looking for more room and breathability in the interior of your shoe, use this special lacing technique that allows you to change the tightness of grip throughout your run.