The word lace-ups is a pejorative term.
The word itself, pronounced lees-koo-wee, means “loose-fitting.”
It’s not just a term for loose socks, as the word itself indicates.
The lace-Up is a term that originated in the 1960s in the United Kingdom, where people were often referred to as “loosetups” (a word with the same pronunciation but different meaning).
But that term has come to be used to describe boots, and a lot of people have been wearing them for decades.
One of the reasons people are wearing lace- ups is because of the elastic that they have at the toe.
The toe is a big part of the foot, so it’s not surprising that people would like to have a comfortable boot to wear.
The elastic at the bottom of the boot, or as the laces are called, the lace, has to be very strong to make it go up.
When you’re not wearing a boot, you don’t have a lot going on inside of the ankle, so the foot doesn’t move as much as it could.
It’s a very important area to keep.
Lace-ups are used in the same way that a traditional shoe would be.
There’s a lot more pressure put on the foot to make the boot go up, and the elastic has to hold the shoe in place.
There are lots of different ways to get a lace- up, but they’re all pretty similar.
The first lace- Up was a pair of lace- Ups that came out in the mid-1960s.
The style is still popular today, and people can wear lace-Ups in many different ways.
For example, you can have a lace up for a wedding, but also to show off your love for your partner, or to dress up as a princess.
Laces-Up boots are very popular, as well.
You’ll find them on most men’s shoes, and women’s shoes too.
If you’re in the market for a pair, you’ll probably want to pick up a pair.
For women, lace- Ups are a great option, especially if you like the way they are made.
Lacing up your boots is the most important part of any footwear, and they make sure that the ankle stays straight and firm, and keeps your feet comfortable.
For more information on how to make a lace Up, check out the lace Up section of the Lace Up Guide.