Tuesday, April 7, 2009


It's been awhile since we posted to Jews Do It but we have much to look forward to. Guest designers Jonathan Belsky, Danny Adrian and Albert Ocampo are all respectively and diligently working on a fresh idea for this here chief "homey" at JDI. Can't wait to see them. We are, as the kids say, "stoked."

In the meantime, Isaac sent us this link a few weeks back and we forgot to post it. Ian over at Ian's Shoelace Site (yes, this is real) recommends a new method for lacing your shoes known as Hexagram Lacing, or as Ian points out, this can "also [be] referred to as "Star of David Lacing." Whoa. We didn't see this trend coming.

This is the sort of thing you can only pull off in Israel, or Borough Park.
Places not to do this: Germany, Iraq, Iran, the South.

But hypothetically, let's say you stumbled in one of the two aforementioned Jew-friendly places in which the Star of David lacing is a shoe trend just waiting--begging!--to happen, how do you do this?
Trick question! You don't, silly.


Lis said...

Wow, that's very Jewish!

Lisa @ Best Kippah

Israelilover said...

Hi I love Israel!and I am always looking for a way to show it. I will forever support them.Would doing this be bothersome? Thanks.