After selecting from the finest leather, the pattern is skillfully cut from the leather using only the best parts of the hide.
The artisans wield their awl and hand punch holes in the leather upper, and gracefully stitch the upper together using durable nylon thread. The moc front is formed and the beef roll is stitched in place to strengthen the shoe.
The sole is secured to the upper using a Welt, a strip of leather which runs along the perimeter of the sole. It is stitched to the upper and then to the leather sole to create a durable, yet flexible bottom.