All HANWAG models can be resoled*
If a boot or shoe is in a reasonable condition but the sole is worn it may benefit from a resole.
At HANWAG we make all our footwear using the cemented construction method, apart from our double-stitched boots. Cemented construction is a traditional and complex shoemaking technique, where the shaft is worked over the insole on a last before the outsole is attached with adhesive (cement) directly to the lasted upper. It requires a lot of craftsmanship and experience. The result is a very durable boot or shoe with outstanding stability and a long-lasting fit.
Cement-lasted footwear also has the advantage that it can be resoled over and over again. To do this the old sole is completely removed. This means that, if required, the full rubber rand can also be renewed. The new sole is then attached (cemented) directly to the upper.