While some people are fed up with shoelaces altogether, at least one man, Ian Fieggen, is enamored with them.
Mr. Fieggen has dedicated a website to shoelaces, a site that includes 22 lacing methods. It may seem a bit daffy, but you have to admire the guy’s passion. He’s even meticulous enough to make sure everyone can share the love:
My lacing diagrams are all colour-coded to make it easier to follow where the lace runs. Generally, the grey section is the start of the lacing, whilst the blue end of the lace starts on the left side and the yellow end starts on the right side. The colours were chosen to make it relatively easy even for colour-blind visitors, as blue is darker than yellow.
[visit Ian’s Shoelace Site]