Super-fast way to tie Shoelaces – Numberphile

Super-fast way to tie Shoelaces - Numberphile

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20 Comments

  1. I've never learned the normal complicated way of wrapping one lace around a loop stuff (nor this one), I usually just use one normal knot, then make loops and do a normal knot with the two loops (and possibly another one if the laces are long). Gives the same result strangely enough…

  2. I actually learned that trick several years back only that it works slightly differently. This is a bit easier, though.

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