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 Look Inside the Production of Hanwag
Promotion | 03.02.2017

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Look Inside the Production of Hanwag

Although the machines in Hanwags factory are very modern, every single one of them is operated manually.  (Quelle: Hanwag)Leather is a important raw material for Hanwags shoe-production.   (Quelle: Hanwag)During many individual operations, the high-quality skin from european beef is made into bulk stock leather. The dyeing follows after the tanning, as seen in this picture.   (Quelle: Hanwag)No, this isn't a toaster. This machine is heating and activating the glue for putting the shoe and the sole together.  (Quelle: Hanwag)Pure handcraft. The shoe on the picture has already been armed with a rubble-protection. Now the outer sole will be sticked on.  (Quelle: Hanwag)The leather factory Heinen based in Wegberg near Düsseldorf is an important partner of Hanwag. They are producing high-quality leather following european sustainability-standards.  (Quelle: Hanwag)The Development Manager Andreas Settele has been working for Hanwag since July 2016. He is developing new products with his team in Vierkirchen. (Quelle: Hanwag)At the end every single shoe is checked by a worker. They are removing glue leavings, the bootstrap strecher and are putting shoelaces in.  (Quelle: Hanwag)The developers at Hanwag are aiming to produce a sturdy and robust shoe, that is able to survive many years and a lot of hiking tours. (Quelle: Hanwag)
Although the machines in Hanwags factory are very modern, every single one of them is operated manually.  (Quelle: Hanwag)
Although the machines in Hanwags factory are very modern, every single one of them is operated manually.
Image: Hanwag
Leather is a important raw material for Hanwags shoe-production.   (Quelle: Hanwag)
Leather is a important raw material for Hanwags shoe-production.
Image: Hanwag
During many individual operations, the high-quality skin from european beef is made into bulk stock leather. The dyeing follows after the tanning, as seen in this picture.   (Quelle: Hanwag)
During many individual operations, the high-quality skin from european beef is made into bulk stock leather. The dyeing follows after the tanning, as seen in this picture.
Image: Hanwag
No, this isn't a toaster. This machine is heating and activating the glue for putting the shoe and the sole together.  (Quelle: Hanwag)
No, this isn't a toaster. This machine is heating and activating the glue for putting the shoe and the sole together.
Image: Hanwag
Pure handcraft. The shoe on the picture has already been armed with a rubble-protection. Now the outer sole will be sticked on.  (Quelle: Hanwag)
Pure handcraft. The shoe on the picture has already been armed with a rubble-protection. Now the outer sole will be sticked on.
Image: Hanwag
The leather factory Heinen based in Wegberg near Düsseldorf is an important partner of Hanwag. They are producing high-quality leather following european sustainability-standards.  (Quelle: Hanwag)
The leather factory Heinen based in Wegberg near Düsseldorf is an important partner of Hanwag. They are producing high-quality leather following european sustainability-standards.
Image: Hanwag
The Development Manager Andreas Settele has been working for Hanwag since July 2016. He is developing new products with his team in Vierkirchen. (Quelle: Hanwag)
The Development Manager Andreas Settele has been working for Hanwag since July 2016. He is developing new products with his team in Vierkirchen.
Image: Hanwag
At the end every single shoe is checked by a worker. They are removing glue leavings, the bootstrap strecher and are putting shoelaces in.  (Quelle: Hanwag)
At the end every single shoe is checked by a worker. They are removing glue leavings, the bootstrap strecher and are putting shoelaces in.
Image: Hanwag
The developers at Hanwag are aiming to produce a sturdy and robust shoe, that is able to survive many years and a lot of hiking tours. (Quelle: Hanwag)
The developers at Hanwag are aiming to produce a sturdy and robust shoe, that is able to survive many years and a lot of hiking tours.
Image: Hanwag
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