Men’s Wholesale Shoes

Select the men’s bespoke shoes in pure leather and suede that include the beautiful and elegant designs in monk straps, derby’s, loafers & moccasins, boots, and slip-on shoes.

Kiwi Manufacturing Services

Kiwi enterprises are leading manufacturers of premium leather footwear and accessories. Our products include high-quality leather footwear for women and must-have fashion accessories like wallets and leather bags. We have more than quarter century expertise in manufacturing leather footwear and accessories, crafting bespoke shoes, designing knowhow and consultation, creating prototypes and samples from tech packs provided and end to end shoe manufacturing. We supply leather footwear and accessories in bulk for wholesale requirements.

Cutting

Upper Making

Moulding

Lasting

Sole Pasting

Finishing

Packaging

How Shoes Are Made

Select the men’s bespoke shoes in pure leather and suede that include the beautiful and elegant designs in monk straps, derby’s, loafers & moccasins, boots, and slip-on shoes.

Design

Shoe-making starts with the design stage itself. Our team of in-house designers in consultation with fashion agents in Italy, France, and the USA create the designs and prototypes for the upcoming season. Our shoe technicians provide their inputs and finalize the designs along with the materials to go with them.

Design

Shoe-making starts with the design stage itself. Our team of in-house designers in consultation with fashion agents in Italy, France, and the USA create the designs and prototypes for the upcoming season. Our shoe technicians provide their inputs and finalize the designs along with the materials to go with them.

Cutting

After the design is finalized, the material whether leather or suede is cut into different parts for making the upper of the shoe. This is done by putting ‘Patterns’ over the leather and cutting them with a special leather clicking knife. All the pieces of leather used to make the shoe in this stage are called a ‘Shaft’. The patterns are the 2D shoe designs cut into specific sizes which are sewn later to give form to the ‘Upper’ of the shoe. The patterns may be made of cardboard or other materials. One interesting point to note is that the cutters are skilled craftsmen with years of experience. Cutting leather is a specialized craft that has been passed down through generations.

Cutting

After the design is finalized, the material whether leather or suede is cut into different parts for making the upper of the shoe. This is done by putting ‘Patterns’ over the leather and cutting them with a special leather clicking knife. All the pieces of leather used to make the shoe in this stage are called a ‘Shaft’. The patterns are the 2D shoe designs cut into specific sizes which are sewn later to give form to the ‘Upper’ of the shoe. The patterns may be made of cardboard or other materials. One interesting point to note is that the cutters are skilled craftsmen with years of experience. Cutting leather is a specialized craft that has been passed down through generations.

Upper Making

The upper as the name suggests is the upper visible part of the shoe. Different parts of leather prepared during the cutting process are marked or ‘stamped’ as per their position on the upper. These stamped leather pieces are now stitched together to form the upper of the shoe.

Upper Making

The upper as the name suggests is the upper visible part of the shoe. Different parts of leather prepared during the cutting process are marked or ‘stamped’ as per their position on the upper. These stamped leather pieces are now stitched together to form the upper of the shoe.

Moulding

After the upper is prepared, it is fitted into a mould called ‘Last’ to give the upper shoe shape. The ‘Last’ is made to simulate both left and right feet and for different designs.

Moulding

After the upper is prepared, it is fitted into a mould called ‘Last’ to give the upper shoe shape. The ‘Last’ is made to simulate both left and right feet and for different designs.

Lasting

‘Last’ as we discussed above is a mould around which shoes are fitted. These are shaped like feet in various predetermined sizes. Lasts are generally made of wood or hardened plastic. Now, these are slipped into the assembled shoes and gently warmed for a predetermined period so that the leather gets tightened or ‘Cured’ around the Last and shoes take the final form.

Lasting

‘Last’ as we discussed above is a mould around which shoes are fitted. These are shaped like feet in various predetermined sizes. Lasts are generally made of wood or hardened plastic. Now, these are slipped into the assembled shoes and gently warmed for a predetermined period so that the leather gets tightened or ‘Cured’ around the Last and shoes take the final form.

Sole Pasting

Sole is made up of two layers. The ‘Midsole’ is made of a hard and pliable material curved to provide support to the arch and the ‘Outsole’ or the bottom that touches the ground. The outsole is usually made of hard leather and rubber and is waterproof. The stitching and pasting of the upper and sole are done by a skilled cordwainer by hand, through a sewing machine for leather, and through a sole pressing machine using highly durable threads, metal components like nails and staples, and high strength industrial glue.

Sole Pasting

Sole is made up of two layers. The ‘Midsole’ is made of a hard and pliable material curved to provide support to the arch and the ‘Outsole’ or the bottom that touches the ground. The outsole is usually made of hard leather and rubber and is waterproof. The stitching and pasting of the upper and sole are done by a skilled cordwainer by hand, through a sewing machine for leather, and through a sole pressing machine using highly durable threads, metal components like nails and staples, and high strength industrial glue.

Finishing

In this process, the final product takes shape. The shoes are sent to the ‘Finishing Room’ where the last-minute alterations are done. Soles are trimmed and their edges burnished, uppers are polished and laces are put in eyelets. Now the finished product is ready for packing.

Finishing

In this process, the final product takes shape. The shoes are sent to the ‘Finishing Room’ where the last-minute alterations are done. Soles are trimmed and their edges burnished, uppers are polished and laces are put in eyelets. Now the finished product is ready for packing.

Packaging

Shoes are sorted according to their size, design, and color. Now, these are tagged, packed, and branded as per the specifications, and sent to the warehouse for storing and shipping.

Packaging

Shoes are sorted according to their size, design, and color. Now, these are tagged, packed, and branded as per the specifications, and sent to the warehouse for storing and shipping.

Kiwi Design Services

Turn your ideas into reality by availing our design services. Out team of in-house Italian designers, shoe technicians
and expert cordwainers will turn your idea into a practical design and we will manufacture it as per the requirements.
Buy From Us

Buy from us to start your own collection. Select the design and quantity and we will package and supply the required units. Put your logo on it and start selling.

Give Us Your Design

Provide us with your designs or tech packs and we will do the rest. Our designers and technicians will develop the prototype and samples and manufacture in the required quantity.

Design From Scratch

Consult with our designers and technicians to transform your idea into reality. They will convert the idea into a technical design, create samples and manufacture as per the requirements.

Packaging & Branding Support

Kiwi Enterprises provides excellent packaging and branding support to their clients. We design and provide custom-made boxes as per the client’s specifications which include the brand and logo of the label which can be fully customized and printed. We offer top and bottom shoeboxes with quality gloss paper. Now, you have all the resources to start a new collection.

Compliance

We follow all the compliance procedures of the industry rigorously. Our raw material is only sourced from the Leather Working Group (LWG) certified tanneries worldwide, which is a gold standard for leather certification. We maintain the highest quality standards and excellent audit ratings from the concerned leather quality and monitoring agencies like Interteck, SGS, UROFINS, PUV, and UL.

Get in Touch

Please contact us if you want to purchase high-quality leather footwear and accessories or if you are a private label brand and want to start a new collection. Get in touch through email or contact us directly through the contact number given below.