Design: The shoe production process starts with the design phase. At this stage, elements such as how the shoe will look, what materials will be used, style and function are determined. The design is usually carried out under the direction of the shoe brand or designer.

Mould Preparation: Molds suitable for the shoe model determined during the design phase are prepared. These molds determine the shapes and sizes of the parts to be used in the production of the shoe.

Material Selection: Materials to be used in shoe production are selected. These materials can include a variety of materials such as leather, suede, fabric, plastic, rubber, foam and metal. The choice of material is made according to the requirements of the design and the intended use of the shoe.

Cut: Materials are cut using dies. At this stage, the pieces of leather or fabric that will be used for the upper part of the shoe are shaped and cut. In addition, the base material is also cut.

Sewing: The cut pieces are sewn together to form the upper part of the shoe. At this stage, the pieces are joined using correct sewing techniques and solid stitches.

Assembly: The upper and sole of the shoe are put together. At this stage, operations such as gluing the upper part to the base or joining it with sewing are carried out.

Shaping and Molding: The shoe is put through the molding phase to give it shape and achieve the desired shape. This stage ensures that the shoe has comfort, aesthetics and the right dimensions.

Completion: Additional details are added to the shoe, such as laces, zippers, buckles or embellishments. In addition, the seams are smoothed and the shoe is cleaned.

Quality Control: The shoes produced go through the quality control process. At this stage, factors such as the suitability of the shoes with the design, the durability of the seams, the quality of the materials and workmanship errors are checked.

Packing and Distribution: The shoes produced are packaged and stored. Distribution is then made to outlets or customers.