Step 1: Gather Your Materials
-You need your shoes, obviously
-Those shoes need to have laces, only slightly less obvious.
-You need some metal tubing, your choice just what metal. Copper looks cool for most shoes, brass works as well, maybe even aluminum if you want.
-You need a tubing cutter, you should have one of these anyway. Nothing else works quite so well for cutting tubing,
-A pair of pliers is of great help, but in a pinch, a few big rocks, or your super-strength could work
-if you need to shorten your laces as well, you need a pair of scissors.
Step 2: Cut Your Laces to Size
Step 3: Cut Yourself Some Tubing
Once they are cut, squeeze the shoelace tip into the hole and crimp them down.