Here I discuss the decline of European welted shoemaking, what’s led up to that, and the potential future of it.
An interesting discussion is to be had for sure and I look forward to your comments below.
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Thanks for this talk. I love yoir dedication to the craft, and appreciation of other shoemakers.
My pleasure Scott and thank you for saying so
You’re absolutely right I’m not a rich person but I do own three pair of churches shoes the quality is there I don’t call Hans too and and I have to say man to get quality shoes you the only one but I like to hear from but you never send me anything to buy your shoes the British the Europeans been all over the world they started people with bad for it they started the best you can get and people still don’t understand because you right they want to be cheap send me stuff where I can buy your European shoes I wear a size 10 thank
Thank you for sharing Wali
Great episode. I believe the makers are struggling all over the world. Here in Mexico, the nearshoring for the US market is flooding the industry with their products and factories making nice Goodyear welted productions now are focusing on (also welted) big volume orders from these brands, leaving no space for new brands to come in. We have a small workshop where we attend small companies or creators, if you are interested please just send mi an email to [email protected]. You can see more about us in http://www.adroshoes.com
Thank you for sharing Bruno