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2 Trillion methods

Discussion in 'Break Room' started by Cameron, Nov 14, 2006.

  1. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member


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    Apparently there are 2 trillion ways to lace a shoe . Need to know more, have a swizz at <http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/lacingmethods.htm>

    Cameron
    Hey, what do I know.
     
  2. Elaine

    Elaine Member

    I love the idea of 2 trillion ways to lace a shoe.

    Ian's Shoelace Site has it all! Everything you ever wanted to know and a lot you never cared to know about before. Traditional and alternative lacing methods are covered, including how to stop laces slipping and fixing crooked bows.

    The best is his Shoelace Length Calculator . . . it will calculate the correct length of lace to use for different lacing methods!

    My question is . . . how to people come up with this stuff?
    Have they nothing else to keeping them busy?
     
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