Our Techniques

Passionate about technology that supports tradition

We believe that by embracing innovative methods, different techniques and materials, while staying true to the craftsmanship and heritage of our industry, we can create footwear that not only looks and feels great, but also tells a story.


Used for most athletic shoes, Strobel requires the upper material to be sewn to a fabric bottom creating a “sock.” The upper and bottom are joined by a Strobel stitch, using a Strobel machine. With the upper sock tightly lasted, the upper is cemented to the outsole completing the shoe.

Stone Washed

Our stone wash finishing technique creates a vintage and worn look for shoes. With skilled artisans and careful control, each pair achieves a unique distressed texture. Get that perfectly worn-in vibe with our innovative technique.


We pride ourselves on our innovative shoe construction methods. Our stitchdown technique involves a visible seam along the upper edge of the sole, created by turning the lasting allowance outward. Skilled artisans use precise stitching to join the upper and sole, ensuring durability and flexibility.

Dip dyed

This unique process involves immersing the shoes in dye to create a gradient effect that is both stylish and modern. Our team of skilled craftsmen and women carefully oversee the entire process, ensuring that each pair of shoes is dyed to perfection.


This is the cheapest, fastest, and most common method of attaching the sole of a shoe. Once the upper is shaped and completed around the last, the sole is attached with an adhesive and no welting is used.


At our shoe production company, we are dedicated to quality and attention to detail. Our specialty is heel construction, using the finest materials and techniques for comfortable and durable shoes.


We combine fashion and function with our comfortable and stylish wedge heels. Our range includes various heights and styles to suit any occasion, from classic to contemporary.

Our wedge heels feature a stable platform with a tapered sole for even weight distribution, offering the look of high heels without discomfort. Crafted with care, our materials ensure durability and comfort, while staying in line with the latest fashion trends.

Boat shoe

Our boat shoes, also known as deck shoes, are crafted using a moccasin construction technique that allows the soft leather, like nubuck, to sit underneath the sole and conform to the shape of your foot over time. The result is a fit that feels custom-made from the moment you slip them on.

Of course, the perfect fit also requires a sturdy lace-up system, and our boat shoes feature a traditional one-lace design with leather cord laces that wrap around the foot and tie securely at the front.

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