Wilson A9835 Web lacing

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Wilson A9835 Web lacing

Postby Redromad » June 24th, 2015, 8:43 pm

Guys,
I am a long time lurker but first time poster. I have taken up lacing some older gloves to mess around but made a cardinal error. I was unlacing the web and the lace broke. So instead of continuing to follow the lace, I took all the lace out. Now I can't get the web relaced. I have a couple questions as well. The web has two knots where it ties off, a top and bottom. Is this two separate laces that is interwoven through the web? What is the length? 72"?

Thanks, Red

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Re: Wilson A9835 Web lacing

Postby Redromad » June 27th, 2015, 10:45 pm

I guess this is to new a glove for the audience on these pages? No one wants to give a new guy some help?
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Re: Wilson A9835 Web lacing

Postby s25glove » June 30th, 2015, 12:41 am

There must be 2 laces to tie off at top and bottom. Start at where one end of lace will be tied off to use least amount of lace. Also don't have twisted lace and make sure smooth side of lace is always face up. Hope this helps.
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