Bespoke Shoes Unlaced – a shoemaker's blog

Friday, 4 March 2016

New boots and Kickstarter 2 - a teaser

Hello, once more, dear readers and welcome to another gripping post in the epic that is the Carreducker blog.

This week we received a lovely pair of bespoke boots from the tree maker with their three piece boot trees made bespoke to the boots

They are a version of our classic Broguerama boot of 2004, but in Madeira blue calf and tweed with a natural finish on the sole and heels. The red lining and blue laces really finish them off. Quite a statement and rather handsome.

They are fully hand stitched on a bespoke last.









And here's a little taster of things to come....Kickstarter II The Desert Boot


The last and standard
The first version
Pattern pieces
Standard and all pieces ready to lay out on the leather

Fine tuning the top edge seams - stitch size and distance apart
Adjusting the curve of the facings and top edge
Choices choices choices - veg tan Italian leathers
Choosing colours 
Narrowing down the colour choices
Suede, Nubuck or veg tan leather?
We are really excited about this project and we'll keep you posted as the design and sampling progresses, in the mean time until next week, happy shoemaking!

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