Converse double-upper low tops are low-top tennis shoes with two tongues and two rows of eyelets. The popularity of Converse continues to grow, as does the company's commitment to creating funky new footwear. Learn the basic method of lacing these double-upper low tops and you'll be kicking your feet in style.
Things You'll Need
- Converse double-upper low tops
- 2 sets of shoelaces
Lace your Converse double-upper low tops using the inside set of eyelets, meaning the row of eyelets closest to the tongue of the shoe. Lace as you would any other shoe but stop before you reach the top eyelets.
Pull the first tongue out and flip it down so it's laying flat against the laces. Finish lacing the last two holes of the inside eyelets.
Lace up the shoe with a new shoestring and use the outside eyelets. Lift the tongue up so you lace under it. Lay it flat against the laces to lace the last of the outside eyelets.
Put the Converse double-upper low tops on your feet and adjust the laces so they're comfortable. Tuck the excess shoelaces laced through the inside eyelets into the shoe so they don't show.
Tie your Converse double-upper low tops with the laces threaded through the outside eyelets.
Tips & Warnings
- Tie a knot in the inside laces and cut the excess off instead of tucking them into your shoes.
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