How To Lace a Hockey Hoodie?

Lacing a hockey hoodie is typically done to adjust the fit around the neck area. Here’s a step-by-step guide to lacing a hockey hoodie:

  1. Prepare the Hoodie: Lay the hoodie flat on a table or any surface with the neck area facing up.
  2. Choose Your Lace: You can use a hockey skate lace or any strong, durable lace that will hold up well.
  3. Start at One End: Begin by inserting one end of the lace into the first hole on either side of the hoodie’s neck, from the inside out. Pull the lace through until both ends are equal in length.
  4. Cross the Ends: Cross the ends of the lace so that they form an “X” over the opening of the neck.
  5. Insert Through Holes: Take the end of the lace on the left side and insert it into the hole directly opposite it on the right side. Do the same with the lace on the right side, inserting it into the hole directly opposite on the left side. Pull both ends through until they are snug.
  6. Continue Lacing: Repeat the process, crossing the ends over each other and inserting them through the opposite holes until you reach the last set of holes near the top of the neck.
  7. Secure the Ends: Once you’ve laced through all the holes, tie the ends of the lace together securely to keep the hoodie laced up.
  8. Adjust for Comfort: You can adjust the tightness of the lacing by loosening or tightening the knot at the end. Make sure it’s snug enough to keep the hoodie in place but not so tight that it’s uncomfortable.
  9. Trim Excess Lace: If the ends of the lace are too long, you can trim them to a suitable length, leaving enough for easy untying and retying in the future.
  10. Test the Fit: Put the hoodie on and adjust the lacing as needed for a comfortable fit around your neck.

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