Most shoes have 6 eyelets on each side of the tongue that are used to fit standard laces. The bottom one, normally does not keep your shoe fasten, as is used for the return of a standard lace. The bottom three laces will not need to be unfasten to take off the shoe. The crucial part is the top eyelets beause this is where the laces actually fastened your shoe to your foot. When using SIMPLE-LACES, start from the top. You may not need the bottom one or two. This gives you an extra lace to use later.
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Straight Bar Lacing:
Also referred to as "Lydiard Lacing" or "Fashion Lacing", this variation of Straight Lacing eliminates the underlying diagonals, which looks neater plus relieves pressure on the top ridge of the foot.
We know that finding shoes that fit is difficult. Here are some options.
Zappos Adaptive: www.zappos.com/adaptive
You can find different styles of shoes that only require one hand to fasten.
Wider shoes: www.widerfitshoes.co.uk
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