Pet zanimljivih nacina da vezete vase pertle

Pet zanimljivih nacina da vezete vase pertle

Da li vasim patikama nedostaje licnosti? Ili postaju dosadne  vremenom? Culi smo vas. Jednostavno samo zavezite vase pertle na potpuno drugaciji  nacin od ostalih I vase patike ce imati licni pecat I bice unikatne.  Huh mogli biste reci. Tu je nekoliko nacina kako da vezete pertle vasih od cega mi imamo 5 najzanimljivijih, upravo ovde.


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1. Ravan stil vezivanja pertli

Ovakav stil potpuno odgovara za cipele sa velikim brojem rupica. To je zato sto pertle moraju proci  nekoliko puta I na kraju se nalaze na sredini da bi se vezale gore

Model obezbedjuje vrlo uredan izgled I laku sposobnost zatezanja. 

  1. Ubaci pertlu u prvu rupicu sa krajevima na  dole
  2. Povuci oba kraja kako bu se uverio da su oba kraja pertli jednaka
  3. Pokrenite levi kraj iznutra, onda direktno spolja
  4. Pokrenite oba kraja pravo iznutra, preskacuci po jednu rupicu , pojavljuju se gore dva
  5. Ponovi ova dva koraka do kraja
Lace 1

2. Ladder lacing style

Iako je ovaj stil komplikovaniji od prethodnog, sema je najvaziji nacin da postignete stabilnost. Pertle ostaju veoma cvrste  I razlikuju se od toga koju vrstu cipela nosite. Posebno za cizme sa velikim brojem rupica, ovo idi da pogledas. 

  1. Insert the shoelace into the first eyelets with the ends down
  2. Pull both ends to make sure the shoelace ends are even
  3. Run the ends straight up the sides and through the next (higher) set of eyelets
  4. Run the ends straight across, but under the vertical lace sections on the opposite side
  5. Continue running straight up and in through the next higher set of eyelets
  6. Repeat the last two steps until you reach the last eyelets
Lace 2

3. One handed lacing style

The one handed lacing concept is ideal for shoes with either small eyelets or fat shoelaces. It is very easy (especially compared to the ladder lacing style mentioned above) and is a bit looser than other lacing styles. 

  1. Tie up a stopper-knot at the top corner of the shoe with one shoelace end
  2. Run the un-knotted end from inside the other top eyelet and pull it through until the knot snugs against the eyelet
  3. Zig-zag the shoelace through the eyelets down to the bottom of the shoe
  4. Tuck the loose end into the lacing to avoid stepping on it
Onehand Lacing 03

4. Cross lacing style

The cross lacing style is a fun and creative way to tie your shoes.

  1. Insert the shoelace into the first eyelets with the ends up
  2. Cross the ends on the outside and run them through the top set of eyelets
  3. Start tying them normally on top of the cross, from the top to the bottom of the shoe
  4. Tuck the loose end into the lacing to avoid stepping on it
Cross Lacing 04

5. Lattice lacing style

The lattice lacing style is a very popular and decorative look, yet mistakes during the process are easily made. So make sure to pay close attention to the video below!

  • Insert the shoelace into the first eyelets with the ends up
  • Cross the ends on the outside and run them through the set of eyelets three rows higher up the shoe
  • Run both ends straight up on the inside and out through the next higher set of eyelets
  • Cross the ends on the outside and run them through the set of eyelets three rows lower down the shoe
  • Run both ends straight up on the inside and out through the next higher set of eyelets
Lattice Lacing 05

Extra tip: in case you have one set of eyelets extra, you can choose to skip the pair in the middle and run your shoelaces through the set of eyelets four rows higher up and down instead of three.

Watch the tutorials on video

Ready to spice up your shoes even more?

Another detail that can make your sneakers look completely different, is by coloring up your sneakers with colored laces. Regardless if you want fine or thick round laces, there are plenty colors to choose from: red, bright orange, neon pink… so which color will you pick? You can easily find the whole range in your nearest MISTER MINIT shop!