How do you tie Sperry laces?
How do you apply spiral laces?
Insert each end into the bottom two holes, going in from the underside of the flaps. Pull the spiral lace's ends completely through those two bottom holes, until you have an equal length of lace emerging from the top of each hole. Don't worry about pulling out the lace's spiral, which will bounce back immediately.
How do you tie laces to hide your boots?
All Sperry boat shoes are designed with a 360-degree lacing system. There is only one shoelace that runs through the shoe, so if the ankles feel loose, all you need to do is pull the laces tight toward the front of the shoe and it will tighten up all around! You'll always have a snug and comfortable fit.
While Sperrys aren't technically waterproof, they are water-friendly and it's more than OK to get them wet (they were created for slippery boat decks, after all). Your Sperrys can handle water and will eventually dry, with a patina that looks even better than they did pre-soak (in our humble opinion).
Moreover, Sperrys can be worn at least six months of the year. You can throw them on with nearly any outfit as you run out to grab a six pack before a barbecue or a football game.
You want to be sure your feet are comfortable in your shoes—that there's enough space for your toes to wiggle, and that they're just snug enough they won't fall off.
Lace code was a skinhead subculture that began in 1970s London, according to an essay by Mary McMican. In Southern California during the '80s, punks began using this trend to communicate a complete opposite message than its skinhead forebears. Colored laces told someone if you were gay or anti-racist.
Begin by facing the lace through the bottom eyelets from the outside in, then run the left side of the lace to the eyelet straight above and feed it back out again. This end is to be fed directly across the shoe to go into the opposite eyelet, once again from the outside going in.