Common Household Items With A Little-Known Purpose Behind
Extra Holes In Sneakers
Unless you don't tie your shoelaces yourself, you've definitely noticed the unused holes at the top of your shoes. These holes are there so you can tie up your shoes tighter if you are prone to blisters, for example. You can place the shoelaces in the extra holes, but in the opposite direction, creating a loop on each side, which allows you to cross your laces in each loop. Then, you can create a much tighter lock by pulling down on the laces and then tying your shoes normally.
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