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Goodbye but not Farewell ...

As a result of the Brexit, Pro-Idee is temporarily closing its UK online shop (www.proidee.co.uk) until further notice. We apologise for the inconvenience. Everything you might want to know about the situation is to be found in the FAQs below. It will surely help you navigate through this change and answer the most frequent questions you might ask yourself regarding ordering, shipping, delivering and many other areas which are impacted by the closing of our online shop. As we remain committed to curating a unique selection of high quality products, we invite you to continue shopping in our German, French, Dutch, Austrian or Swiss online shop if you wish to have your order delivered to an address outside the UK. We thank you for the continuous support throughout the years and we hope to be able to reopen our UK online shop in the near future.

Pro-Idee brings your orders in from the Continent. Due to the new import regulations in connection with Brexit, we are currently unable to make deliveries. We very much hope to be able to supply the UK market again shortly. Please visit our website from time to time for news.

Unfortunately we do not accept any more orders for deliveries to the UK at the moment. Any possible backorder has been cancelled. Should you have made any payments, these have been refunded. For orders with delivery addresses outside the UK, please visit any of our other Pro-Idee websites: www.proidee.de, www.proidee.fr, www.proidee.nl, www.proidee.at or www.proidee.ch. We will be happy to accept and carry out your orders!

Our service team is here for you and will be happy to assist you with any queries. Please contact us by mail to info@proidee.co.uk or phone us on 0844 846 50 50 (Monday – Friday: from 09:00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m.).

Your statutory right of withdrawal applies to all orders placed by 02 December 2020. For a hassle free processing of your returns please ship your goods to Pro-Idee,Woodview Road, Paignton, TQ4 7SR by 24 December 2020 at the latest.

Our customer service is in place for you to help – even far into 2021. Please contact us by mail to info@proidee.co.uk or phone us on 0844 846 50 50 (Monday – Friday: from 09:00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m.).

Budapest Shoes

The Budapest Shoe: A masterpiece of the Hungarian shoemaker´s craft.

From the Pro-Idee Special Shop Fashion Classics
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Budapest Shoes
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A braided welt with interwoven leather strips is a speciality of Heinrich Dinkelacker.
Sole and heel are constructed in layers of leather and bonded together.
Characteristic brass nails are applied to the heels and soles by master craftsmen.
Leather welt, insole and leather upper are sewn together by hand.
Lyre-shaped eyelets are indicative of the Budapest style.
A Dinkelacker shoe undergoes approximately 300 working steps until it is finally complete.
Tobacco
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Budapest Shoes
Budapest Shoes
Budapest Shoes
Black
Black
Black
Tobacco
Tobacco
Tobacco
A braided welt with interwoven leather strips is a speciality of Heinrich Dinkelacker.
A braided welt with interwoven leather strips is a speciality of Heinrich Dinkelacker.
A braided welt with interwoven leather strips is a speciality of Heinrich Dinkelacker.
Sole and heel are constructed in layers of leather and bonded together.
Sole and heel are constructed in layers of leather and bonded together.
Sole and heel are constructed in layers of leather and bonded together.
Characteristic brass nails are applied to the heels and soles by master craftsmen.
Characteristic brass nails are applied to the heels and soles by master craftsmen.
Characteristic brass nails are applied to the heels and soles by master craftsmen.
Leather welt, insole and leather upper are sewn together by hand.
Leather welt, insole and leather upper are sewn together by hand.
Leather welt, insole and leather upper are sewn together by hand.
Lyre-shaped eyelets are indicative of the Budapest style.
Lyre-shaped eyelets are indicative of the Budapest style.
Lyre-shaped eyelets are indicative of the Budapest style.
A Dinkelacker shoe undergoes approximately 300 working steps until it is finally complete.
A Dinkelacker shoe undergoes approximately 300 working steps until it is finally complete.
A Dinkelacker shoe undergoes approximately 300 working steps until it is finally complete.
  • Hand-made with care in Hungary.
  • Good shoes need time.

The Budapest Shoe: A masterpiece of the Hungarian shoemaker´s craft.

Hand sewn in soft calfskin. By Heinrich Dinkelacker.

Poor quality shoes not only ruin your whole appearance, but your feet as well. These shoes, however, are the classic complement to your business suit – and a lifetime investment.
Hand-made with care in Hungary.
These genuine hand-made shoes by Heinrich Dinkelacker, one of the last traditional shoe manufacturers, are made from the finest calf leather. The uppers are nailed by hand to the insole using a last. Leather welt, insole and leather upper are hand-stitched. Before applying the insole, a layer of cork is attached to insulate the foot against cold and provide cushioning for comfort when walking. The comfortable footbed guarantees a safe grip and good posture (so there is still a spring in your step, even after rushing from one appointment to the next). The insole and leather welt are stitched together by hand, after which an additional leather sole is applied between the insole and the outer sole and hand-stitched to the welt. This extra leather sole makes the shoe more robust, comfortable and durable. The final outer sole is glued on and additionally secured with brass tacks which are visible from beneath, reducing wear on the sole.
Good shoes need time.
As is customary with good shoes, these classics will need a little time before they are worn in. But then they will be supremely comfortable. After wearing them, rest them for 24 hours on good shoe trees, so they recover completely and keep their shape for years to come. Uppers: Calf leather. Lining: Leather. Triple leather sole. Made in Hungary. A lifetime investment.
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