Blake Stitched Construction - A sign of quality & craftsmanship!
Invented in 1856 by Lyman Reed Blake, Blake Stitch has since become one of the most popular, reliable, and preferred methods of constructing a superior quality leather shoe. This world-class construction technique gives the shoe a slimmer profile, allowing them to be more stylish, versatile and fashion-forward.
One of the biggest advantages of a Blake Stitched shoe is its short to no break-in period. This flexible and lightweight shoe construction technique allows the shoe to adjust to your foot really fast, and in-turn feels comfortable almost right out of the box!
Some of the many advantages of a Blake Stitched shoe:
- A globally acclaimed & trusted shoe construction technique used to make high-end leather shoes
- The Blake stitched process, though complex, is still less expensive than Goodyear Welting
- Highly durable and long lasting shoe
- Sleeker appearance and lighter weight than a Goodyear Welted shoe
- Stylish, versatile and fashion-forward
- The fewer layers makes the shoe more flexible
- Shorter break-in period