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Sep 2, 2016 ... As we all know, the knots of moccasin laces are prone to coming undone. Fortunately, the problem is easily remedied by re-tying the knot.

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Tying a Standard Shoe Knot ... You can use it to tie your moccasins, and if you practice enough to create an even, ...

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Mar 25, 2015 ... For a few weeks now I've been walking around with one perfectly tied moccasin, and one moccasin that I've been tying and re-tying in vain, ...

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Now take the one strand that you see in step 6 and tuck it under the loop you just made the picture will help you understand what I am saying even better.

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Jan 14, 2015 ... The laces of moccasins can be tough to tie, but what's frustrating is that they somehow seem to untie themselves. For those looking for ways to ...

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Jul 23, 2015 ... Use the simple, secure Seaman's Shoelace Knot to keep the rawhide laces on your Wicked Good Moccasins from coming undone.

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Jul 15, 2014 ... For the amateur bow-tiers, we find that when the bow on a camp-moc comes untied it is nearly impossible to return it to it's former glory. There is ...

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A durable shoe with a strong rubber sole, the Dakota also features thick, strong laces that can be tricky to tie. Unlike thinner shoelaces, the UGG moccasin laces  ...

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Moccasins are made of soft leather and stitched together using tough ... Tie a simple knot in the laces as you would normally do when tying your shoelaces.