Guidelines

  • Figure 1

    Stitchdown Construction

    Your boots must have stitching around the entire perimeter of the boot sole without any gaps in-between.

  • Figure 2

    No excessive wearing of Welt Around Sole

    During the recrafting process, we remove the stitching around the perimeter of your boot. If there is not enough welt we will not be able to reattach a new sole.

  • Figure 3

    No Cracking at Welt Base

    During the recrafting process, we remove the stitching around the perimeter of your boot. If the leather shows cracking at the welt base, it is too weak and will not allow us to successfully reattach a new sole.

  • Figure 4

    No Deep Cracks at Flex Point

    During the recrafting process, a last (plastic foot mold) is inserted into your boot to restore and maintain the original shape. The pressure will increase the size of the crack and/or hole, leaving the boot unwearable.

  • Figure 5

    No Holes at Eyestay

    During the recrafting process, a last (plastic foot mold) is inserted into your boot to restore and maintain the original shape. The pressure will increase the size of the crack and/or hole, leaving the boot unwearable.

Questions About Recrafting?

If you have questions about the recrafting process or whether your boots can be recrafted, don’t hesitate to ask.