This I'Ble also has Lacing methods.
What you need:
2 laces (you can use different colors, i didn't though.)
Step 1: Lattice Lacing Method.
First, take the lace off of your shoe. Then, poke each end of the lace into the two bottom holes. When you're done, it should look like the picture. Try to even the two parts out. The right is grey and the left is black.
Next, take the part on the right and push it into the 3rd hole on the left. Do the opposite for the left part.
Then take the right part again and push it into the 2nd hole on the right. Do the opposite for the left.
Now take the "grey" part and push it into the 1st hole on the left. Again. do the opposite for the left.
Finally, take the "grey" part and push it into the second hole on the right. Once more, do the opposite for the left.
So now you have a pimped out shoe. Check it, dog.
If you didn't get that, try your best to follow the picture, or go to the last step of the instructable for more help.
Step 2: Knotted Lacing.
To start, poke the two tips of the lace into the two bottom holes/lugs. (my shoe has lugs)
Then, criss cross them and take one end, put it under where the two parts intersect. Pull.(this is basically tying them together, like you're going to tie your shoes, put without the bow part.) Next, you poke the two ends in the hole that is opposite to where you first stared. Am i confusing you?
Please refer to the picture and ask questions. keep on repeating step two to finish. then, tie 'em up like normal. Enjoy your fresh new kicks!
Step 3: More Styles:
Step 4: Now That They're Laced...
Tie a starting knot, then make the black into a loop.Take the white and put it behind the black loop, and continue it around, ending it up in front. Feed the white into the "hole" that's been made, and pull it through to make a loop out of the white side. Wrap the white loop around the black again, so it ends up in front again. Feed whitey through the hole a second time, and pull. It should look like the picture.
Step 5: Secure Shoelace Knot
Make a starting knot and make both ends into loops. You might have heard of these as being "bunny ears". Now criss-cross the loops, and wrap the one around the other once to make it in front. Do that to the other loop, but it should end up in the back. now pull tight. It should look something like the picture.
Step 6: Reef Knot!
Make a starting knot. Cross the two parts, Wrap the right end around the other, so it ends up in front. Do the same for the other end, and pull it tight. It should end up like this.