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This is the first step of the Norvegese construction. Afterwards I will insert the other steps.
post #32 of 39
This is the result after the Norvegese stitching. That double stitching is made by hand from an our shoemaker. This work need 2 hours and a good ability. Now our shoemakers begin to colour the shoe, always by hand.
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Our shoemaker applies his secret finishing techniques to painting the leather (that is the result). And then with some cream, the shoes will get a particular effect of burnishing and antiquing.
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This is the final step. The result is something unique and extraordinary by the individual ability of our shoemakers. The burnishing and antiquing effects of our shoemaker have evoluted a lot until reaching a high level of quality.
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I think so
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Originally Posted by silvestrosrl View Post
I think so

Thanks for your answer!
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The folks at Zevin and Voyej gives a comprehensive guide on their 2nd anniversary boots edition, Make it as first Indonesian manufacturer crafting 2 different type of leather. The construction method is Italian Goodyear Welt.





ZEVIN's cowhide plotted and cutted for each piece of the boots 




VOYEJ's american top grain




Sewed with scrutinized detail and precision




ZEVIN & VOYEJ brand at each tongue




Core of construction




Handmade's: Detail that machine can never made








Preparation for goodyear welt stitch/ rapid stitch - neatness as resulted





Goodyear welt stitch/rapid stitch process




Commando rubber half sole




Outsole finishing process




Edge trim 




Heel part: leather + commando rubber sole 




Heel attaching to the whole processed boots







This boots is limited to 100 pairs



ZEVIN's full-grain pull-up cow hides - zinnwaldite color x VOYEJ's American tanned top grain - russet color




Brogues cap-toe box




Fancy Packaging






Fit pic (not my feet) 




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