At Octobre Éditions, we use certain well-known assemblies to make our leather shoes. The soles are sewn with a Blake stitch or a Goodyear welt . The know-how used in these two processes is a guarantee of strength and durability. We explain their principles and their advantages to you so that your shoes have no secrets for you.
A unique and traditional technique created in 1858, this stitching consists of sewing the sole from the inside to the outside in order to join the inner sole, the outer sole and the upper.In terms of aesthetics, this stitching is appreciated for its fineness and is easily recognisable by the visible seam on the bottom of the shoe. It brings comfort and suppleness to the leather, which can be felt from the very first fitting.
The principle of this sewn lies in the double sewn it offers. Indeed, a first sewn consists in binding the insole, the upper and the welt. A second connects it to the outsole. A guarantee of durability, the Goodyear welt will take longer to soften and may require some adaptation time. This type of stitching is particularly appreciated for its waterproofing, proofness and robustness.
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