Basketball Shoes Lace Styles. Have the knot face the tongue of the shoe. The best way to lace basketball shoes is to start at the base of the foot and make your way up to the top of the shoe.
The interwoven lacing style creates a distinct and attractive alternating pattern of two colors. This should give you one long lace secured by the knot. It's a final check to know your style is on point starting from your feet up, and to ensure you've got head-to-toe handles like a certain point-god whose uncanny control and otherworldly movement calls for locked down lacing.
The laces should be in a criss-cross pattern going through each eyelet.
By trying different lacing styles and techniques you will be able to discover a way to make your shoes fit better, and have less foot pain.
To stay updated on all the latest. Start in the bottom eyelet from left to right in a horizontal direction. It basically adds nothing an aesthetic value to the shoes but isn't recommended on running shoes and boots.