Our sneakers are made from vegetable tanned leather that does not use harmful chemicals. The leather is tanned in an environmentally friendly way using natural ingredients. It's also very durable and will only look better over time!
THE GYM MAT OF YOUR SNEAKER
Our gymnastics mat material, which is often used in school sports, is a real highlight not only as a design component but also functionally. Made from phthalate-free additives, it is flexible yet true to shape. Heat and cold resistance from -3 degrees to +70 degrees.
THE ORANGE MATERIAL OF YOUR SNEAKER
Our material is also used in school sports. It comes from the frame of a trampoline. The coated tarpaulin fabric from Serge Ferrari is more tear-resistant and durable than comparable materials.
THE FIRST PART
The first part of the process in making leather sneakers is preparing the insole for sewing. This is done by creating a vertical "rib" that runs across the insole.
THE SECOND STEP
In the second step, the outsole is stretched over the last and fastened together with the insole up to the last.
Part three is the actual worlding. At this point, a shoe-specific thread is sewn through the welt, upper and insole ribs. The hem is attached to the outsole with a separate stitch. A backstitch is used for these two basting points. This means that the chain cannot be untangled if it falls out at a certain point in the shoe. This is how your perfectly crafted sneaker is created.