The production of slippers has not changed since 1923. Everything is still done by hand. Each slipper is unique. A craft that we are proud of. Everything to maintain the high quality and comfortable fit.
Our shoes are manufactured in 4 steps:
Cutting, stitching, lasting and bottoming.
Cutting: Individual pieces are cut with special cutting knives. The leather as well as the soles.
Stitching: The stitching is the process where the various pieces are sewn together.
Pegging: This is where the stitching is applied to the last, also referred to as stretching.
Bottoming: This is the step where the sole is attached and the edge of the sole is trimmed in a milling machine. Additional finishing and inspection are carried out.