Lasting Apron

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Footwear construction and lasting As the pattern master works to create the pattern, he must consider the lasting technique or the construction process required for the shoe. Each shoe type will demand a different construction depending on the stiffness, price, performance, and style. The upper pattern will need to reflect these choices.

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In the book How Shoes are Made,The most common styles of Footwear construction and lasting. Slip lasting, Force lasting, combination lasting and board lasting are all reviewed.
In Chapter Three, you will learn about Blake construction, Goodyear welts, stitch down, and Bologna constructions.

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Lasting Apron
A lasting apron is a piece of fabric sewn to the edge leather upper material. The lasting apron saves expensive leather upper materials. During the lasting operations, only the fabric is pulled under and attached to the lasting board.

Lasting apron

Lasting apron

Lasting apron

Older
PU Nu-Buc
Newer
Force Lasted Shoe
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