The process called Norwegian derives from the traditional mountain boots in Northern Europe. It is one of the most laborious craft techniques.
The first passage binds the upper to the insole. Once the upper has been secured to the insole, and all the nails are removed, this one is opened and sewn a second time to another leather insole called Partition. Finally the Partition is sewn to the final sole of the shoe. The product of this long and complex process is a waterproof shoe, more solid than the Hand Welted and which lends itself more to a winter use. The presence of its massive seams near the sole makes it easily recognizable. Using fantasy It can be performed in many variations of braids and chains, though structurally is always quite the same work.