Dinkelacker Laced Boots Lined with Lambskin
Keeps the Foot Warm: Beaver Lamb Lining.
Dinkelacker lines these high shoes with the finest lambskin shorn to a length of 10 mm. The lining is called mouton fur or beaver lamb, a lambskin whose hair has been thermally straightened. Combined with the sole structure (an insert made of lambskin sits on two leather midsoles and a profiled rubber outsole), the lining guarantees that feet stay warm even in the coldest winter. Solely the heel is unlined and provides the space for an optimal fit without constraint; the padded edge contributes to a snug fit around the ankle.
Handcraft from Budapest. Heinrich Dinkelacker.
Shoes from the workshop of Heinrich Dinkelacker have been made in Budapest since the 1960s and prior to that from 1879 in Sindelfingen in southern Germany. What makes these shoes outstanding is their fit, accomplished by means of exceptional craftsmanship. Each Dinkelacker shoe requires 300 different procedures. At first, stencils are made that correspond to the model design. After careful examination and selection of the upper leather, the templates for cutting the shaft parts are applied to the leather, and the cut is executed. This leather is then steamed and the shaft is stretched over the wooden shoe lasts, nailed and the following day re-pinched. After a week the leather is taken from the last – machine-made shoes usually only stay on the last for 30 minutes! This prolonged period of rest guarantees that the shoe maintains its form. It will fit for many years to come. The insole is crafted by hand to the shape of the last, uppers, lining and welts are then sewn to it – there is no better way to connect these parts of a shoe.
Article Number 67118
English Sizes 6–12 in half sizes
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