Ever wondered why there’s an extra shoelace hole in your running shoes? It’s not properly aligned to the other holes, it’s not even designed in the same color scheme sometimes, and it just doesn’t make any sense to use those extra shoelace holes to tie your shoes, right?
Well, there’s actually a perfectly good reason behind those extra holes. They are actually there to help prevent bllisters on your feet when running, walking, or hiking. Here’s how:
Who would have thought? Have you tried the “heel lock” or “lace lock” yet?