4 thoughts on “Central European style: A brown suede Budapester”

  1. This is a dapper shoe.

    Quick question: Is a Goiserer welt technically the same as a triple welt very occasionally found on English shoes, too?



  2. I believe they are different. I saw the triple welt on the Styleforum shoe thread, which doesn't expose the stitching.

    Quoting from the Vass website, "Reverse-welted shoes – also known as Goyser-sewn shoes – are produced by manually sewing the welt together with the upper part, then with the insole, and finally the sole is sewn together. In this case three rows of stitches is produced".

    Any shoemakers are welcome to comment!

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