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Have a look at this hand colouring on crust leather for a pair of men’s Goodyear welted shoes with leather soles.
In the pictures you can see how we apply the dye colour by hand on both the upper and soles - all the hand colouring work is done on the finished shoe.
The resulting colour is vintage brown with many shades and tones of light and dark.
After the hand dye colouring is done the shoes will be fished with cream and then polishing with wax using a brushing machine.
This is a very fast production process that allows even small quantities of many different colours in one production run.
No need to worry about minimum order quantity of many coloured leathers from your tannery or leather supplier.