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. But what we are always puzzled with are the two awkwardly placed shoe lace holes near the bottom of the shoe.
1. Converse Trick
What exactly are they for?
2. Bar Lacing
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’.