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Or You Could Always Use Velcro

An Austrailian mathemetician has figured out the best way to lace your shoes. From the NYTimes:

A shoe with two rows of six eyelets offers 43,200 different paths for a shoelace to pass through every eyelet, even with the added condition that each eyelet must contribute to the essential purpose of pulling the two halves of the shoe together.

Want to know his findings? Click the link.




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