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“Ian Knot” vs ZeroTie shoes – Professor Shoelace

“Ian Knot” vs ZeroTie shoes – Professor Shoelace

G’day everyone, Ian Fieggen here, also known as “Professor Shoelace”. Today’s video, I’ll be comparing my “Ian Knot”, the world’s fastest shoelace knot, against these new “ZeroTie” shoes. Now, I was told that these were “hands free shoes” and … that they didn’t need any lacing or tying. Well, I asked the folks from ZeroTie …

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The “Granny Knot” – why shoes come undone – Professor Shoelace

The “Granny Knot” – why shoes come undone – Professor Shoelace

G’day everyone, “Professor Shoelace” here. And this video I’m gonna tackle the tricky problem of shoelaces that come undone. You know what it’s like, you’re walking along, suddenly you feel that funny loose feeling on your feet and sure enough your shoelaces have come untied again. Now people that suffer this problem are often very …

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How to tie shoes one-handed using my “Ian Knot” – Professor Shoelace

How to tie shoes one-handed using my “Ian Knot” – Professor Shoelace

G’day everyone, Ian Fieggen here, also known as “Professor Shoelace”. Today’s video is how to tie a one-handed shoelace knot. Now, there’s all sorts of one-handed techniques out there. My technique is based on my two-handed “Ian Knot” technique, which, when done with two hands, is normally the world’s fastest shoelace knot. When done with …

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How to Straight Bar Lace your shoes – Professor Shoelace

How to Straight Bar Lace your shoes – Professor Shoelace

G’day everyone, Ian Fieggen here, also known as “Professor Shoelace”. Today’s video is about Straight Bar Lacing, so named because it forms a series of straight horizontal bars across the shoe. Although some people think it’s like the vertical bars of a prison cell, but, you can make up your own mind about that. It’s …

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How to Straight European Lace your shoes – Professor Shoelace

How to Straight European Lace your shoes – Professor Shoelace

G’day everyone, Ian Fieggen here, also known as “Professor Shoelace”. Today’s video is about “Straight European Lacing”, so named because it appears to be more common in Europe. And this method has straight lines across the outside and diagonal lines across the inside. And on a wide shoe like this sneaker, which has wide spacing …

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