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Since those days in late October 1999 when the shoe knot experiments were first performed, I have been quick to learn that my friends and I are not the only ones to delve so deeply into this subject. From patents to journal articles, and web pages by others (listed below), there are many people with creative ideas. Personally I would like to thank everybody who has contributed comments over the years as it has taught me a lot. This site has greatly benefited from your contributions.
Finally, I can't help but leave this discussion with one last bit of trivia that I discovered from the "Texas Mailman", which relates to the plastic things at the end of shoelaces.
aglet ('a-glet) n. The plain or ornamental covering at the end of a lace to keep it from becoming frayed.
So there you have it ... keep using that square knot, and may you have many safe walks!
Here are just a few of the numerous pages available regarding the various aspects of shoelaces, their knots, and the many types of lacing methods available. They cover many of the other aspects of shoelaces that I am unable to fit in here.
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