Schier Shoes are handmade in Swakopmund, Namibia.
There, eight gentleman make 20 pairs each day.
Individually crafted from wild kudu leather, each shoe is one of a kind and made to last.
The Erongo consists of two cuts of skin: the Hakkie, and the front which are sewn together.
No nails are used in the process.
A simple sole is added in the end.
The shoes are then finished by hand, using a knife to perfect the outer texture of the leather.