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Someone Finally Explains What That Extra Set of Shoelace Holes Is For

We all have them, and most of us just ignore them. I'm talking about that extra pair of holes on the top of our sneakers. Nope, they're not just for decoration! Try this shoelace tying trick called the "heel lock" to prevent the back of your foot from sliding up and down, which will prevent heel blisters. If you're a runner, this just may be the best thing you hear all day! Related 10 Ways
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Someone figured out the purpose of the extra shoelace hole on your running shoes — and it will blow your mind

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

Do you get blisters on your feet while running? Illumiseen provides a helpful tip for runners to  prevent these blisters with a “heel lock” or “lace lock” that creates extra friction between the laces at your ankle. Video courtesy o...

After Seeing This Video, You'll Never Tie Your Shoelaces the Same Again

Health / Fitness : PopSugar: Fitness

We all have them, and most of us just ignore them. I'm talking about that extra pair of holes on the top of our sneakers. Nope, they're not just for decoration! Try this shoelace tying trick called the "heel lock" to prevent the bac...

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