You’ve been tying your shoes wrongly! Tie it THIS way and you’ll never have blisters!

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If you’re like me, or anyone else, you’ll have wondered what the last two holes of your sneakers are for, and why you often have blisters after a long walk. Well, apparently, they’re correlated—and we’ve been tying our shoes the wrong way.

Known as the lace lock or heel lock, it’s a way to tie your shoelaces that use the last two holes of your shoes, and hold your feet firmly into the shoe so that you’ll have less friction between your shoes and your feet.

Maybe that was what the first shoe manufacturer had wanted us to know, but due to the lack of Internet, this information wasn’t educated to enough people. Now, with the Internet, you know how it all works!

Take a look and be amazed!