With Converse is back on trend, knowing how to lace high top Converse is coming yet another significant skill one need to master, don’t you think?
Good news is, give us almost unlimited options of possible patters we can try on. Though how to lace converses can be tough questions for first times, once you get a hold of it, it won’t be nearly too complicated to get yourself into this style converse craze.
Steps to Lace High Top Converse on Straight Bar Pattern
Put the converse shoe holes in position as if you are wearing it with the toe part is facing out. The right line of the eyelet will be Side B, and the left will be side A. Slip the lace under the side B, and insert it on the first eyelet at the bottom, near the toe tip. One of the lace tips should be near the top side. Take another tip and pull out the lace, and insert it into the first eyelet on side A.
Pull out the lace through the second eyelet on side A and thread across to the second eyelet on side B. In this step, we will leave this tip of lace for a while, and work with the other tips. Remember the other tips we left when inserting the lace the first time? Take the tip and insert it on the third eyelet on side B from inside the converse. Thread it across to the third eyelet on side A and pull. Leave the lace under.
Now take the other lace tip and pull out from the fourth eyelet of side B and thread across to the fourth eyelet of side A and pull it under. Take the other lace tip, and pull it out from the fifth eyelet of side A, and thread across to the fifth eyelet of side B. Keep repeating this step until you reach to the top and there is only one eyelet on both sides.
Last, pull out each lace tip on both sides on the nearby eyelet. And tie them together to wear the shoes. The same method should apply on regular converse top as well. While it looks tidy and neat, it is easy for you to pull and tighten your lace as well.
While there are other patterns too, straight bar is extremely popular for those first timer wondering how to lace converses. It sounds a little complicated, but it’s not once you try it. There are more methods on how to lace high top converse but this one is the first one you need to try. Good luck!