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How to keep boot liner laces tight?

hi all, I just got a new pair of Thirty-Two Lashed boots, they fit great and are a huge upgrade over my old POS boots. The only issue I have is the laces of the inner liner seem to come loose fairly consistently after a few runs. Are there any tricks one can do to keep the inner laces tight?

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Just thinking back to my old vans, I used to do a double knot on both inner and outer laces...
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You can flip the locking thing for the liner down so it does not slide up as easy.
Or you can replace liner laces with regular shoe laces
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