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Full-Brogue I

Rio Full-Brogue I

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Art.-No.: 3087-2018
Meticulously Sewn-Welted Sewn-welted shoes are distinguished by their narrow heel construction. The front of the heel is stitched from the inside out, and the heel is nailed into place.
Completely Handcrafted Each pair of shoes goes through 300 work steps, from cutting the leather to applying the finishing touches. The result: a work of the utmost handcrafted perfection.
Full-Brogue Derby The edges of the shaft pieces and the heel and wing caps on this classic shoe feature decorative Lyra perforation and lend the design a lively feel.
Sophisticated Calfskin This textured, satiny matt calfskin has been fully dyed orange. The flesh side of the hide has been aniline-dyed black or brown, resulting in a striking contrast.
Rio Last – Width G For over 60 years, the Rio last, which boasts a rounded overall form, has served as the basis for classic budapesters — the pinnacle of stylish, handcrafted perfection.
Triple Sole with Brass Tip and Set of 6 Nails Two flexible leather midsoles and a leather outsole made by the renowned Rendenbach tannery guarantee extraordinary durability — supported by a set of six nails and an inlaid brass tip.
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The secret of this handcrafted and sewn-welted full-brogue Derby lies undoubtedly in the details. While the bottom side of the semi-matt calfskin is dyed orange, the leather upper maintains a warm brown tone.

The result is an exciting yet subtle contrast of colours on the cut edges of the opulent perforation pattern. Traditionally equipped with open four-eyelet lacing, this classic shoe also inspires with a triple outsole, as well as six elaborate brass nails and fittings at the tip of the outsole.

The characteristic perforation pattern can be traced back to Scottish and Irish shepherds and could originally be found on the entire leather upper. Thus the shoes, often drenched by the boggy highlands of Ireland and Scotland, were able to dry more easily. Today, the stylish and elegant broguing serves solely as ornamentation.

Crafted by a master. Worn by an Expert.



Each day, the best cobblers in Hungary only make about 25 pairs of Dinkelacker shoes in our Budapest factory: This is one of them. As a result, Germany’s most exclusive men’s shoe brand is only available in limited qualities, from selected retailers or here in our online shop.



Only the most sophisticated materials are used to make hand-crafted Heinrich Dinkelacker footwear. Moreover, each shoe spends six whole days on a last in our factory. This pays off for wearers, ensuring extreme durability and magnificent fidelity to fit that put this footwear in a league of its own.



Heinrich Dinkelacker has gone further towards defining the Budapester than any other shoe brand. Some of our lasts have been in use for over 60 years. Our shoes feature striking and unique details that make them instantly recognisable to insiders, from top managers of stock-listed enterprises through to Berlin-based hipsters.