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What is Stroble Construction?Updated a year ago

Strobel construction is a shoe-making technique where the upper of the shoe is stitched directly to the insole, without any lasting board or midsole. This creates a flexible and lightweight shoe that conforms to the shape of the foot, making it an ideal choice for athletic and casual footwear.

One of the main advantages of strobel construction is its flexibility. The absence of a lasting board or midsole allows the shoe to bend and flex with the foot, providing greater comfort and mobility. The technique is also known for its shock-absorbing properties, making it a popular choice for running shoes and other athletic footwear.

Another benefit of strobel construction is its durability. The lack of a lasting board or midsole means there are fewer layers of material between the foot and the ground, which can reduce the risk of the shoe breaking down over time. This construction method also allows for the shoe to be easily resoled or repaired, which can extend its lifespan.

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