Can you customize converse with a picture?
In addition to our huge collection of designs in the store and online, The Ave offers a fully customizable service where we can take your images and work with you one-on-one to create your own one of a kind sneaker.
How do you lace Converse with a tongue loop?
Use the extra eyelets at the top to pin the tongue down. Leave a little room to create a 1⁄2–1 in (1.3–2.5 cm) loop. Then, run each lace through the loop on the opposite side and pull tight before tying your shoes. This holds your tongue in place by pinning it down once your shoes are tied.
How do you lace converse with a tongue loop?
What are the holes in the side of Converse for?
Turns out, the holes in the sides of Converse have a purpose I know I have. Well, wonder no more – it turns out their first purpose is to provide a little ~ventilation to your feet. The holes allow air to circulate around and stop your feet getting all sweaty.
What is the loop on Converse tongues for?
It’s an especially good option if your heels tend to slide around in your shoes, which may be causing the tongue to slip to the side. Since the loop holds the laces in place at the top of the tongue, there won’t be a ton of friction pulling your tongue to one side or the other.
What should I use to draw on Converse?
Use a thin-tip permanent marker. Thin-tip permanent markers will provide a little more control and bleed less if you are drawing on canvas. Keep in mind that all colors will fade a bit over time. If you prefer a vibrant look, be sure to use very bright colors from the start.
Do Sharpies work on Converse?
Get some permanent markers or fabric markers. Permanent markers will work on all parts of the shoe. Because they are translucent, they will show up best against white Converse.
What are the two bottom holes in Converse for?
What is Army lacing?
Army lacing was the lacing of choice for boys in the last months of duty. It was unofficial, and allowed (or, better, tollerated) only to people with long service, the so called nonni (grandfathers). Newcomers (so called rospi, toads)usually weared criss cross or shoe shop or double helix lacing.