Shoe Lasts

The most important tool for a shoemaker is the last, which is the mold on which we mount the leather cut to shape it as desired.

Wood is the noblest material utilized to make shoe shapes and used to be worked by a last maker, who carved them one by one.



Over the time footwear manufacturing tendencies have been changing, so have lasts, which means that currently we can offer you a wide variety of molds, from the most classical ones to those setting trends nowadays. Let our craftsman advice you about the last that best represents your feet.

English last with a slightly angular toecap.

German last, characterized by a high instep and an oval toecap.

Viennese last differentiated by a slightly recessed longitudinal arch

Austrian last.

Budapest last, with a high toecap.

Italian last, distinguished by a flat toecap.