People have been wearing converse since 1908. This brand has dominated the American court shoe market for over half a century. Almost everyone around the globe can easily recognize the company’s star insignia, the All Star’s rubber sole, smooth rounded top, and wrap-around strip. Fashion trends come and go, but it seems that Converse will never go away. However, there’s a common question regarding the two little holes just above the sole on this world-famous shoe. What are they for?
If you want to know the answer, you ought to keep reading.
What exactly are they for?
You are not the only one wondering. Lots of people on the internet are searching the exact same answer. Apparently it’s called ‘bar lacing’.
With this trick, you can ensure your shoes are as tight as possible.
First, remove the laces in the first two holes of your shoe, then lace them in the bottom holes and put the lace through the second to last hole. You never know you might even start a new trend!
This doesn’t sound like something I would make good use of since my feet are comically wide, but I guess this will be useful for some people.
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