1. The lace is run straight across the bottom and emerges through both bottom eyelets
2. The laces then go straight up and are fed into the next set of eyelets up the shoe
3. The ends are crossed over and are fed under the vertical lace section on the opposite sides of the shoe before going straight up and into the next set of eyelets up the shoe
4. At the top set of eyelets, the laces can once again cross over and pass under the straight section as shown. This not only looks consistent with the rest of the lacing but also forms a High Lace Lock, which tightens the lacing even more firmly.