Tying your running shoes is second nature. Make a couple loops, twist them together and pull—you’re on your way out the door.
But the standard lacing right out of the box might not be the best option for your feet. If your heel is slipping or your toes are hurting, knowing how to lace your running shoes could fix the problem. (Although, some problems could be from wearing the wrong size shoes for your feet, so make sure you know how to choose the right running shoes.)
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