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This is a list of especially useful or interesting websites.


Ian's Shoelace Site
Want to tie or lace your shoes? Ian not only describes all standard methods of doing so and explains how you can fix slipping knots, but also has a lot of knots and lacing strategies that you probably don't know of (and which are a lot better than those you probably do know), including his own invention, the Ian Knot.
Perry's Shoelace Knotting Pages
There isn't much to add to Ian's page, but Perry's page presents a completely different (and more complicated) type of knot, the "Perry's Perpetual". After you put all the effort (and there is quite some effort involved) into tying it, you can reuse it several times.

This article was last updated on 2004-12-21.


Comments with a different background were submitted by the author himself.
  • 2004-12-13 00:01, Thomas Penteker:

  • 2004-12-12 19:50, Thomas Penteker:

    Jan answers (2004-12-12 19:59):
  • 2004-09-29 23:33, Simon Reinhardt:

    Jan answers (2004-09-29 23:39):
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