Goodyear’s workmanship, the so-called “well”, was designed by the Englishman Charles Goodyear in the nineteenth century. Hand-sewn shoes with this process have a high hold, excellent comfort and adequate breathability. The technique requires that the welt of these hand-sewn, a strip of soft leather mounted around the perimeter, be sewn together with the insole and the uppers and then the sole. In the interspace between the insole and the sole there is a filling midsole in breathable material (generally cork).
The hand sewn shoes by the b are distinguished by the following prerogatives: