Calzados Palanco was created in the second half of the last century; the dexterity and experience of your master shoemakers together with the most authentic Good Year Welt sewing system, we obtain as a result an elegant, comfortable and durable footwear.
The artisanal method of manufacture Goodyear is named after Charles Goodyear, who revolutionized in 1872 the footwear sector with the invention of a sewing machine that accelerated the sewing of the shovel and the turning of the shoe.
Goodyearwelt is the international denomination of the best specific type of shoes. It is a method of craftsmanship and complex; because it consists of more than 250 steps for each shoe manually.
To understand the Goodyear manufacturing process, we begin by differentiating the morphology of the shoe:
· Cut: both outer and inner skin (lining).
· Palmilla: is a insole that forms the base of the shoe.
· Midsole: it is a rubber insole.
· Turn: Leather strip that joins the cut, palm and midsole.
· Floor: can be rubber or natural sole.
The procedure begins with the cutting of the skin into different pieces. This cut can be done manually, as is our case, and requires high precision on the part of the operator with the die.
The Goodyear method comprises of a double stitching: the first joins in a single step, "cutting" with the fence and the palm. A second independent stitching, which joins the fence or turns with the sole.
Between the outsole and the plant, there is a space that is filled with agglomerated cork without sewn interiors, providing comfort, adaptability to the foot and thermal insulation.
Having the bottom base covered in cork, a metal part is installed to reinforce the structure; cambrillón.
Once the three parts are sewn, the seam is hidden between the top and the turn, which follows the contour.
Next, a piece of leather is placed that performs the function of sole and that will be sewn to the turn. This stitching is visible on the outside of the shoe.
Finally, it would only be necessary to incorporate the heel and give it the finishing touches.
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