What’s The Purpose of Those Two Holes on the Side of Your Converse? (10 Pics + VIDEO)

Posted on Jun 24, 2016

You must have owned at least one pair of them, but you always wondered about those two holes on the side of each shoe. This is what they're supposed to be used for!

1. Have You Ever Noticed Those Tiny Holes Near the Bottom of Your Shoe? What Is Their Purpose?

Have You Ever Noticed Those Tiny Holes Near the Bottom of Your Shoe? What Is Their Purpose?
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2. We Are Here to Give You the Answer!

We Are Here to Give You the Answer!
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3. And the Correct Answer Is: Their Main Purpose Is Bar Lacing!

And the Correct Answer Is: Their Main Purpose Is Bar Lacing!
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4. How Do You Manage to Do It?

How Do You Manage to Do It?
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5. First, You Need to Remove Your Laces from the Two First Holes in the Shoe

First, You Need to Remove Your Laces from the Two First Holes in the Shoe
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6. Then, Lace Them in These Little Holes Stationed Near the Bottom of Your Converse, by Lacing Them from Second to Last Hole

Then, Lace Them in These Little Holes Stationed Near the Bottom of Your Converse, by Lacing Them from Second to Last Hole
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7. Why Was This Invented?

Why Was This Invented?
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8. Main Purpose: It Will Tighten Your Converse as Much as Possible

Main Purpose: It Will Tighten Your Converse as Much as Possible
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9. Tip : If You Are Having a Problem Lacing up Through the Eyelets, It Could Be That Your Laces Haven't Been Tightened Enough on the Bottom Eyelets : Stretch Your Shoelaces as You Lace Them up for the First Time or Two

Tip : If You Are Having a Problem Lacing up Through the Eyelets, It Could Be That Your Laces Haven't Been Tightened Enough on the Bottom Eyelets : Stretch Your Shoelaces as You Lace Them up for the First Time or Two
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10. Cleaning Tip: Remove the Laces from the Shoes, Then Brush Any Loose Dirt or Grime from the Laces with Your Hands or a Scrub Brush. Fill a Sink or Basin with Warm Water and Add a Small Amount of Soap or Laundry Detergent and Wash It

Cleaning Tip: Remove the Laces from the Shoes,  Then Brush Any Loose Dirt or Grime from the Laces with Your Hands or a Scrub Brush. Fill a Sink or Basin with Warm Water and Add a Small Amount of Soap or Laundry Detergent and Wash It
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11. Bar Lacing : Put Into Practise


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