Nothing says I know how I like my goalie gear more than a skate lace pocket with floating tee Let’s learn how to do this awesome mod, coming up next! Voice Over Goalie Hey guys, Wayne the VO Goalie here. So here’s my old catching glove. I’ve re-laced this glove once already, but for this video, I’ll be adding a floating tea and white skate lace. First things first, let’s cut out the old lacing. Warning: The following segment contains images that may be disturbing to other goalies. If the sight of cut up equipment upsets, you please look away. Okay, let’s clean this up. I tied a piece of lace as a temporary anchor and guide for the floating tee. For lacing you should use at least 120 inch laces. Waxed or unwaxed is your choice, but the length is what’s most important. We start with an anchor knot where the tee meets the glove. This is where one end starts. Here, I’m pulling out the old lacing and popping through the new white lacing. Tie a knot and tuck it underneath the binding. Next, we loop through the next three holes on the tee to create our base loops. We’ll build the entire lacing pattern off of these three initial loops. As we start lacing our glove, we’ll use the perimeter binding cord on one side and the holes on the spine of the tee on the other. I basically, follow only two rules… Skip the first loop and always go from the inside out when going through the second and third loop. I’ve actually seen a few variations on how different companies lace a glove at the factory but really as long as you are consistent, no pucks should be able to get through your lacing job. It really just boils down to how aesthetically pleasing your pocket looks at the end. Make sure you don’t pull the laces too tight. You want to keep checking that you have slack. Otherwise a taut lacing job will defeat the purpose of a softer skate lace. Once I got to the end of this side of the spine, I left the end unfinished so I could use it when tying in the other side. I did the exact same method on the other side… well going in the other direction. Also, when using wide laces pay attention to how the laces twist as you weave it through. Excessive twists will result in a messy looking pocket and Sorry, but my camera battery died right at the end. I essentially just weaved the two ends together and finished with tying two square knots at the base of the spine. And here we have our floating tee! Again, make sure you use at least 120 inch laces or you may run out. You can see exactly how much extra lace I had after I was done. Thanks for watching! If you have any questions, leave them in the comments below and be sure to LIKE and Subscribe for more awesome goalie content!