Seeing a shoe get made is a truly remarkable, special thing, and the crew over at Style Salvage were lucky enough to get invited into the workshop of Joseph Cheaney & Sons, one of Britain’s most respected shoemakers. The machines used to stitch together the uppers, and punch the broguing are still operated by hand, giving each shoe a uniqueness and character that is loved and appreciated by Cheaney’s customers.
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