Shoe Making at IBEX

Handmade shoe making process

Setting out on the venture of shoe making, IBEX knows what wanted quality is, keeping in mind the modern notion of fashion and blending in the paints of ancient handcrafting techniques it presents the utmost quality of handcrafted shoes which are originally handcrafted by indigenous Craftsmen of IBEX team.IBEX Shoe making Essentials

IBEX understands why beautiful and classy shoes are important, taking it to a whole new level of handcrafted styles. ”Goodyear Welted construction” get its strength, durability and repair qualities by stitching the upper leather, lining leather and welt (a specially prepared piece of leather) to the ribbing that has already been bonded to the insole. The welt is then stitched to the leather sole. It is this final stitch, holding the sole in place, which we can cut through enabling complete removal of the sole without causing damaging the upper.

The Goodyear Welted construction is expensive, time consuming and requires highly skilled craftsmanship. Inventedcraftsman3 e hundreds of years ago, it is still considered the finest method of shoe construction today.

The ”Blake Construction” gets its strength, durability and especially flexibility by stitching the upper leather with the outer sole. Blake construction stitch is mostly done by machine but we feel proud to have skilled and experienced craftsmen who do Blake stitch by hand and also with love, which make these shoes comfiest among all.

The manufacturing of loafers include Lace less shoe, that is the ankle is exposed, and they do not wrap snugly around the ankle adding a separate sole mostly with low heel. The upper vamp has a moccasin-like construction. Sometimes loafers also include a piece of leather across the vamp, which is known as a saddle. The classic design of the black constructions in loafers balances the color and is as versatile as it is comfortable, the quality which is IBEX Craftsmanshippresented by IBEX is that these shoes are originally hand stitched adding a new spark to it all together.

These loafers can be paired with jeans, dress, shorts and also be easily paired with shalwar qameez, giving a traditional as well as classy look to the outfit and show the world that is business.

IBEX follows a unique technique of building leather heels, called ”Built-up leather heel”. Starting with cutting of
leather heel size pieces, trimming and then pasting them with each other making sure the heel stays lighter. Hammering in the nails while joining the heel with outer sole of the shoes. The outer layer of heel contains special rubber pattern drawn from IBEX logo which provide resistance to avoid slipperiness and also give a beautiful look. Nothing like the boldness of built up leather heels help you stand out amongst the hordes of pavement ponders in the city.

IBEX also follows the trendy and traditional handcrafting lacing techniques. All the shoes are strictly handcrafted IBEX-Craftsmanship-HandCrafted-With-Love-astaricusing man power rather than machine, almost all the shoes consist of ”special leather stiffener” at back and ”arc comfort sheet” which give super comfort because IBEX highly cares for the protection of your feet.

Another quality technique we use is ”Hidden Eyelets” which make IBEX shoes simply beautiful.

Different skilled pairs of hands are carefully constructing and inspecting each shoe to make sure the IBEX shoes you choose are the best made pair of footwear in your closet.

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