What is Court Shoe and How are these made ?

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What is the production process for ladies court shoe
asked Aug 24, 2017 by 43 (320 points)

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Ladies Court Shoe

court shoe (British English), or pump (American English), is a shoe with a low-cut front, the vamp, and without a fastening. They are usually worn by women, but are still traditional menswear in some formal situations.

Leather is the best material for shoes and that is why the people prefer to use the shoes made up of the genuine leather. Earlier the shoes, made up of leather upper and leather soles were used but now a days the cost of leather have gone very high and other alternative materials are being used. The shoes made up of the leather soles had very small life and because of this, the alternative soling materials were developed which had longer life and were also lighter in weight. Today, in quality shoes the good quality leather is used for upper and synthetic soling materials like Rubber, PVC, TPR and PU etc. are used for soles. 

Traditionally, shoes were made by hands. But, now with advancement of technology most of the production is done in semi mechanized and mechanized units. In the past the footwear units were concentrated only at few industrialized places but during the last 20 years, with the technological advancements, new units have come up in all the parts of the world.

Ladies Court Shoe is a fashionable item and one has to observe the trends for production of these items. Ladies Court Shoes are produced in different shapes, colours, designs and with different types of upper materials with high heel and soles. In developed countries, people have different shoes for the different occasions.  The affluent classes of women have more than couple of pairs of shoes and use them for different occasions.

The ladies court shoes are worn by the metro women throughout the world. Many people use different types of shoes for different occasions. The leather shoes are worn by all classes all ages of people. The young generation prefers fashionable shoes whereas older people’s choice is comfortable shoes. In fact there is a very good demand for the ladies court shoes and it is increasing day by day. This industry is fashion oriented and labour intensive industry. There is very good demand for ladies court shoes which are produced according to trend. 

Manufacturing Process

The manufacturing process may vary from design to design. Here a general process of manufacturing has been outlined.

 upper and lining components are clicked by clicking machine as per graded patterns. The different components are then marked. Then, the components are skived and folded wherever required. Then the upper components are stitched and the lining components are also stitched to the upper components to complete the uppers.  The uppers are mulled and lasted over a last which is already having insole attached to it. The lasting can be done by a combination of lasting machines. The wrinkles from the lasted shoes are removed either by wrinkle chasing machine or hot steam. The lasting margin is then roughened by roughening machine and de-dusted. Then the adhesive of required type is applied on both the lower side of lasted upper and on the pre-conditioned sole and then the adhesive is allowed to dry. The dried adhesive is then reactivated. The sole is fixed over the lasted upper by hand and pressed under the sole press. After this heel attachment is done. The de-lasting is done after removal of excessive adhesives and trimming of excessive threads. The shoes are then finished, socks are put in and shoes are finally inspected and packed.

Depending upon design and construction, special machines like strobel insole attaching machine, vamp Preforming Machine, DIP/DVP Machine etc. may be used. We can also use computerized machines like computerized clicking, Programmable skiving and Sewing machines. Other machines like folding, cement applicator, automatic Roughening Machine, Combined Heel Seat & Side lasting Machines, Pounding machines etc. may also be used for faster out put

answered Aug 25, 2017 by 66 (520 points)