Ways to lace vans – How To Lace Vans Sneakers (The Right Way)

How To Lace Vans Sneakers (The Right Way)

If you’ve ever found yourself staring down haplessly at your new Sk8-His, with a set of shoelaces in one hand while using the other to scratch your head in puzzlement, this one’s for you.

Okay, in reality, this probably isn’t a situation you’ve ever had to contend with before, because when it comes to lacing our favourite shoes, 90 per cent of us (not an official statistic) just leave them the way we found them when we first took them out of the box. However, paying a little more care and consideration to how you tie them can help elevate your footwear game to the next level.

Plus, if you want to keep your creps fresh, you should be in the habit of putting your laces in the washing machine every now and again. Especially if they’re white. The grime that builds up on laces can let your look down even if you’ve been liberal with the suede protector.

How To Lace Popular Vans Sneakers

Vans has produced literally thousands of variations over the past 50 years and while some of them haven’t stuck around for very long, there are four key lace-up models that have truly stood the test of time. Some of them are arguably among the best sneakers of all time. Here’s how you should go about lacing all of them, and remember, there are certain lacing methods that suit some models more than others.

Vans Authentic

The Vans Authentic was the first ever shoe to be produced and sold by the legendary skate brand back in 1966. On its first day it sold just 12 pairs but today it’s one of the most popular trainers on the planet, and with good reason – it’s a style classic and can be dressed up or down with ease.

The Authentic has a basic, canvas construction with a low profile and a signature waffle tread sole. It also only features five eyelets on each side, which are fairly close together, meaning short laces are all that’s required here. The lacing system is also closed at the bottom like an Oxford shoe, meaning that when you tie them up, you’ll get a neat, tight fit.

Use a flat lace in either black or white depending on the colour of the shoe, and thread it through so that it crisscrosses, over and under the eyelets, all the way up to the top where you can then tie it off into a neat bow.

The Steps

  • Insert both lace ends downwards through the bottom two holes, leaving equal length on both the left and right laces.
  • Looking down on the shoe, put the left lace through the top of the next hole on the right. It should now be crossing over the tongue.
  • Mirror what you’ve just done but with the other side, inserting the right lace through the top of the next hole on the left.
  • Keep lacing in this manner, one side at a time, remembering to insert each lace down through the top of each hole. Mirror this process with your other shoe so that they both resemble each other.

Vans Era

Designed by legendary skateboarding pioneers Tony Alva and Stacey Peralta, the Era is basically a more padded update of the Authentic but with subtle design tweaks.

The model retains the same canvas build and a very similar silhouette, but also features a padded collar and jazzier colour combinations, making it the shoe of choice for a new generation of skaters in the late 1970s.

Given its similarity to the Authentic, the Vans Era should be laced in much the same way. Although, due to the signature colour combinations, you have a little more scope to get creative with your laces.

The Steps

  • Insert both lace ends downwards through the bottom two holes, leaving equal length on both the left and right laces.
  • Looking down on the shoe, put the left lace through the top of the next hole on the right. It should now be crossing over the tongue.
  • Mirror what you’ve just done but with the other side, inserting the right lace through the top of the next hole on the left.
  • Keep lacing in this manner, one side at a time, remembering to insert each lace down through the top of each hole. Mirror this process with your other shoe so that they both resemble each other.

Old Skool

The original chunky trainer and very first shoe to feature the now famous Vans side stripe, the Old Skool is similar to the Era in terms of shape but with added panelling for increased durability while shredding it on a board.

With a mixture of suede and canvas construction and reinforced stitching in the most ollied areas, the Old Skool was the most hard-wearing skate shoe of its day. It also boasts a few more eyelets than its predecessors, meaning you’ll need to go for a longer length of shoelace. Today it’s an undisputed classic silhouette, immune to the ups and downs of sneaker trends.

Either cross-lacing, like on the models above, or straight bar lacing are the best ways of tying things up. For the latter, thread the lace through the bottom set of eyelets and work up in an ‘S’ type pattern, leaving clean, horizontal lines on top and ensuring any other material stays hidden underneath the lace guards. This is a more complicated technique than cross-lacing, but results in a cleaner, more minimal look that complements the Old Skool’s silhouette.

The Steps

  • Insert both lace ends downwards through the bottom two holes, leaving equal length on both the left and right laces.
  • Looking down on the shoe, insert the left lace up and through the next right hand hole, with its end pointing to the ceiling.
  • Now put the right lace up and through the third eyelet on the left, skipping out the second. There should now be an empty hole on the left hand side.
  • Take what is now the right lace and cross it over, inserting it downward through the empty eyelet on the left. This should create another straight bar, mirroring the first.
  • Do exactly the same with the left hand lace and cross it over, inserting it downward through the empty eyelet opposite it. You should now have three bars.
  • Keep lacing in this way, crossing each lace over to its opposite side to make new bars until you reach the top.

Sk8-Hi

The very first high-top skate shoe, the Vans Sk8-Hi brought a completely fresh look to the park when it was first launched in 1978. But it wasn’t all about aesthetics – this revolutionary new shoe offered skaters increased comfort, ankle support and shielded their ankles from rogue boards.

With its high-top styling and eight eyelets on each side, the Vans Sk8-Hi needs a long lace in order to reach the top. You’ll need something more the length of a bootlace than a shoelace.

In terms of colour and style, flat laces look best with this particular model and white will work with pretty much any colour of shoe other than all black. Due to the height of this model, bar lacing will work best as it gives a more simple, pared-back finish – cross lacing is a little fussy in this instance.

Steps

  • Insert both lace ends downwards through the bottom two holes, leaving equal length on both the left and right laces.
  • Looking down on the shoe, insert the left lace up and through the next right hand hole, with its end pointing to the ceiling.
  • Now put the right lace up and through the third eyelet on the left, skipping out the second. There should now be an empty hole on the left hand side.
  • Take what is now the right lace and cross it over, inserting it downward through the empty eyelet on the left. This should create another straight bar, mirroring the first.
  • Do exactly the same with the left hand lace and cross it over, inserting it downward through the empty eyelet opposite it. You should now have three bars.
  • Keep lacing in this way, crossing each lace over to its opposite side to make new bars until you reach the top.

History Of Vans

Now a staple fixture on the roads of Britain and beyond, the van was firs… Oh, hang on, wrong type of vans.

The confusion comes from the fact that as well as being a type of road vehicle used for transporting goods and people, Vans (with a capital ‘V’) is also a historic and highly-popular brand of American skate shoe.

It all started in 1966, when brothers Paul Van Doren and Jim Van Doren, along with partners Gordon Lee and Serge Delia, opened a shop in Anaheim, California, where they made and sold rubber-soled deck shoes to gnarly types on the West Coast.

As word spread from one empty Californian swimming pool to the next that these new shoes and their sticky waffle treads were rad for cruising bowls, more and more skaters began to descend on the Van Doren brothers’ little store to grab a pair for themselves.

Fast forward to the end of the 1970s and Vans had 70 stores in California and was already starting to sell internationally. Demand never ceased and today, especially with skate style enjoying a renaissance in recent years, the Vans brand is nothing short of a household name.

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The Best Way to Lace Vans

How to Lace Vans Shoes. You see them on everyone’s feet. From kids to
adults, Vans shoes are what everyone is wearing or wants to be
wearing. From the skating crowd to the fashionably dressed young man,
you find these shoes just about everywhere. To wear these shoes
stylishly, you must learn to lace them
properly.Difficulty:EasyInstructions How to Lace Vans ShoesAlan
SmitheeStart at the toe of the Vans shoe. Push the shoelace through
the first set of eyelets, from the outside in, on both sides. Pull the
laces all the way through, making sure each side is even.
How to
Lace Vans ShoesAlan SmitheeCross the laces at this point. Take the
left lace and bring it through the next eyelet on the

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

The Vans Era shoe is one of the clothing company’s classic designs.
Created among the first styles of low top skating shoes, Eras have
since become a recognised skater’s fashion staple thanks to their
comfort and performance. While the lacing of Vans Eras ultimately
comes down to the wearer’s personal taste, the double-back lacing
method provides a sleek, stylish look that suits the classic nature of
this shoe.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Remove the shoelaces from
your Vans Eras and open the shoes up slightly so that the lace holes
are easily accessible. Push the tongues down inside the shoes to make
lacing easier.
Thread each end of one shoelace through the second
set of lace holes fro

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

Vans are a popular choice for skate boarders, those who seek
comfortable footwear, and people who simply want affordable style.
Born in California in the mid-1960s, the brand came to popularity
amongst skaters throughout the following decades. Lead actors such as
Sean Penn wearing Vans in films such as «Fast Times at Ridgemont
High» helped boost the brand’s fame and desirability. Today,
thanks to the waffle sole comfort design combined with the multiple
styles and variations, Vans have remained popular and are stocked in
many well-established shoe stores
internationally.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You’ll
Need
Shoe
Flat laces

Zane DuMont/Deman

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

A signature way of lacing Vans shoes is the straight lacing method.
Straight lacing, or bar lacing, is when the laces are fed straight
across from one side of the eyelet to the other, giving the laces a
ladder look. Straight lacing eliminates diagonal strings and makes the
shoe look neater. It also helps take pressure off of the top of the
foot. The straight lacing technique works best for an even number of
eyelet pairs.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Place the shoe
in front of you so that that toe of the shoe is pointed toward your
body. Insert each end of the shoelace downward into the bottom pair of
eyelets, or the eyelet set that is closest to the toe of the shoe.
Pull the stri

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

As each fashion trend attempts to stand out from the rest, the
difference is in the details. For the Vans classic, the detail is in
the lacing. Not content with following the way to lace they were
taught as children, Vans wearers have developed a new way of lacing to
stand out.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Melody
Newell/Demand MediaPlace shoe on a clean work space, toe facing toward
you.
Melody Newell/Demand MediaInsert one end of shoelace into the
bottom eyelet of the shoe from top of shoe facing inward. Insert other
end of lace into opposite eyelet going from top of shoe into
shoe.
Melody Newell/Demand MediaEven the bar out. Untwist any kinks
in the lace as you pull both

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

Vans Authentics are sturdy canvas shoes with rubber soles, popular
with skateboarders. Vans are usually worn by teens and adults, most of
whom already know how to lace up a shoe, but Vans Authentics shouldn’t
be laced the normal way. For the best skateboarding performance, you
should lace your skate shoes using a variation of the normal shoe lace
tying technique. As an alternative, many Vans wearers choose to use
the bar tying method to make a fashion
statement.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Classic Tying MethodPut one
of the shoes on without the laces. Insert a lace through the top
eyelets so that the top lace rests perpendicular to the shoe, with the
ends of the laces going inside of the s

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

Vans is an American-based company that makes apparel for the
skateboarder, BMX biker, snowboarder and surfer youth markets. The
most popular products Vans sells are their shoes which come in styles
ranging from the loafer slip-on to the wide and durable skate shoe. To
make your Vans noticeable, try lacing them in a cool pattern, such as
the lattice lacing design, which forms a lattice design in the middle
of the lacing.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Thread both
ends of your lace up through both of the bottom eyelets on your Vans.
Pull them through until you have two pieces that are of equal
length.
Cross one of the ends to the other side of eyelets and push
it through the fourt

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

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Cool Way to Lace Vans

How to Lace Vans Shoes. You see them on everyone’s feet. From kids to
adults, Vans shoes are what everyone is wearing or wants to be
wearing. From the skating crowd to the fashionably dressed young man,
you find these shoes just about everywhere. To wear these shoes
stylishly, you must learn to lace them
properly.Difficulty:EasyInstructions How to Lace Vans ShoesAlan
SmitheeStart at the toe of the Vans shoe. Push the shoelace through
the first set of eyelets, from the outside in, on both sides. Pull the
laces all the way through, making sure each side is even.
How to
Lace Vans ShoesAlan SmitheeCross the laces at this point. Take the
left lace and bring it through the next eyelet on the

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

The Vans Era shoe is one of the clothing company’s classic designs.
Created among the first styles of low top skating shoes, Eras have
since become a recognised skater’s fashion staple thanks to their
comfort and performance. While the lacing of Vans Eras ultimately
comes down to the wearer’s personal taste, the double-back lacing
method provides a sleek, stylish look that suits the classic nature of
this shoe.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Remove the shoelaces from
your Vans Eras and open the shoes up slightly so that the lace holes
are easily accessible. Push the tongues down inside the shoes to make
lacing easier.
Thread each end of one shoelace through the second
set of lace holes fro

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

Vans are a popular choice for skate boarders, those who seek
comfortable footwear, and people who simply want affordable style.
Born in California in the mid-1960s, the brand came to popularity
amongst skaters throughout the following decades. Lead actors such as
Sean Penn wearing Vans in films such as «Fast Times at Ridgemont
High» helped boost the brand’s fame and desirability. Today,
thanks to the waffle sole comfort design combined with the multiple
styles and variations, Vans have remained popular and are stocked in
many well-established shoe stores
internationally.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You’ll
Need
Shoe
Flat laces

Zane DuMont/Deman

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

A signature way of lacing Vans shoes is the straight lacing method.
Straight lacing, or bar lacing, is when the laces are fed straight
across from one side of the eyelet to the other, giving the laces a
ladder look. Straight lacing eliminates diagonal strings and makes the
shoe look neater. It also helps take pressure off of the top of the
foot. The straight lacing technique works best for an even number of
eyelet pairs.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Place the shoe
in front of you so that that toe of the shoe is pointed toward your
body. Insert each end of the shoelace downward into the bottom pair of
eyelets, or the eyelet set that is closest to the toe of the shoe.
Pull the stri

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

As each fashion trend attempts to stand out from the rest, the
difference is in the details. For the Vans classic, the detail is in
the lacing. Not content with following the way to lace they were
taught as children, Vans wearers have developed a new way of lacing to
stand out.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Melody
Newell/Demand MediaPlace shoe on a clean work space, toe facing toward
you.
Melody Newell/Demand MediaInsert one end of shoelace into the
bottom eyelet of the shoe from top of shoe facing inward. Insert other
end of lace into opposite eyelet going from top of shoe into
shoe.
Melody Newell/Demand MediaEven the bar out. Untwist any kinks
in the lace as you pull both

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

Vans Authentics are sturdy canvas shoes with rubber soles, popular
with skateboarders. Vans are usually worn by teens and adults, most of
whom already know how to lace up a shoe, but Vans Authentics shouldn’t
be laced the normal way. For the best skateboarding performance, you
should lace your skate shoes using a variation of the normal shoe lace
tying technique. As an alternative, many Vans wearers choose to use
the bar tying method to make a fashion
statement.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Classic Tying MethodPut one
of the shoes on without the laces. Insert a lace through the top
eyelets so that the top lace rests perpendicular to the shoe, with the
ends of the laces going inside of the s

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

Vans sneakers are a variety of sports shoes, commonly worn by
skateboarders. The shoes are valued for their rugged looks and sticky
soles which allow for a better grip on a skateboards deck. Vans, which
were fist manufactured in the 1960s, have grown into a fashion icon
and thus there are a variety of ways to lace and wear the shoes. Most
commonly the shoes are laced «straight» with a hidden knot which
prevents an untied shoe from creating an issue while on a
skateboard.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Place on side of the lace in
the lowest left eyelet. Place the other side in the lowest right
eyelet so that each lace comes through the inside of the sneaker. Pull
tightly so the lace sits snug

Fashion, Style & Personal Care

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