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Paraboot shoes are completely hand cut and hand stitched. Total loyalty to traditional techniques is as true for the“Norwegian Stitch” and “Goodyear Stitch” construction methods, as it is for the tanning process, to obtain the best leathers.


Norwegian Construction


Paraboot’s perfection of this technique, originally used for mountain boots, has made it the world leader. It offers many advantages :


- Two rows of stitching that steadfastly hold together the leather upper, the welt and the sole guarantee that the shoes will be waterproof.

- A technique that assures comfort and strength.

- A cork filling between the leather insole and the sole to assure maximum comfort and breathability.

- The possibility of resoling permits a long life for the shoes.


Goodyear Construction


Traditional construction technique for a visually refined shoe.


- A leather insole

- Waterproof construction

- A beech arch support

- A cork filling for maximum comfort and absorption.

- One row of stitching visible and one row hidden internally.


Maximise the life of the shoes by resoling.



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Nie problem w przedostatnim poście w tym temacie dodał grafike w której jest zaznaczony element spring steel, dobrze rozumiem że jest to sprężyna ze stali nierdzewnej do amortyzowania wstrząsów w czasie chodzienia? KToś interere się tą sprawą?

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Ciekawy wpis z kilkoma pojęciami:



Pewnie o "cornerze" wielu nie słyszało jeszcze :)



Gentleman’s notch (corner) – wywodzące się z USA delikatne ścięcie rogu obcasa, posiadające początkowo uzasadnienie funkcjonalne; Miało ono zapobiegać nadeptywaniu mankietów (których spód, ze względu na preferencję spodni z dużym załamaniem, sięgał aż obcasa); obecnie stosowane jako tradycyjny element zdobniczy.


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