- Aug 17, 2007
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I made this video about goiser stitch. Not really a "stylish" shoe, but a very strong, durable construction. I hope you will enjoy.
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Does stitching the welt in the right place require high skill Marcell? From your video it looks very easy to mess this step up (2:59 onwards on video). lf you stitch it too high or too low, won't this result in major problems? Must take some practise to do right.
Holy wow... may I ask how many hours it takes to complete one of these shoes?
Wonderful, Marcell. Thanks for putting this up for us. I had a couple of questions that occurred to me as I was watching the addition of the outsole. After putting in a filling to the skivved-out sole and heel areas, the maker then stitches on (to the welt) what I thought was going to be the outsole. However, after that stage (at about 6:45 of the video), he applies glue and attaches another sole--obviously the actual outsole. Two questions: Is the first sole what we might term a midsole? Or just the first of a double-sole process? Second, it wasn't clear how the second (outsole) was attached. Is it just glued (that's all we see), or is it stitched as well?