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Some of our Fluevog Shoe Families are made in this wonderful, small, family-owned factory in Peru. The Miracles are one of those Families.
Most of the manufacturing stages are done by machine, but the machine is always guided by man's experienced hand.
In this video I show you how one of our wonderful shoes is made by hand.
This part shows how the leather shoe is formed by the use of a last and how the different parts are fit into the upper and interior leather. This part of making a shoe takes about 2 hours of working time.
In this video the shoe will be sewn or better said genuine welted. An Interesting and demanding work.
In this video you can see how the stitching channel is prepared and carved into the leather sole. Afterwards the sole and frame will be sewed together with the so called double stitch and the heel will be attached.
In this final part you can see how the shoe is finished and prepared for delivery.