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Formal Shoes

Sewing thread recommendations for formal shoes

High quality formal shoes demand an excellent seam construction and depending on the design and fashion requirements, a decorative seam appearance. As most of these shoes are produced using high speed modern machines, the manufacturers need to ensure high production efficiencies along with high product quality.

Coats provide a wide range of sewing threads that minimise needle breakage, skipped stitches and thread breakage whilst maximising your product quality and machine efficiency.

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Coats offer an extensive variety of threads for formal shoes. Please see our thread recommendations below.

Industrial threads for formal shoes

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Below are recommended stitch types for this end use item.

Thread illustration for formal shoes
Stitch type Machine type Brand
1 301 Back Closing Gral More details
2 301 Aprons / Vamp Gral More details
3 301 Top line Gral More details
4 301 Lining Gral More details

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Coats industrial sewing threads are available in a range of fibre types and finishes, each designed to meet particular customer needs. Please see this comprehensive range below.

  Image of stitch Machine type Stitch type Needle thread Under thread
Brand Tex Ticket Brand Tex Ticket
1 Stitch type 301 - single needle lockstitch Back Closing 301 Gral 45 60 Gral 45 60
2 Stitch type 301 - single needle lockstitch Aprons / Vamp 301 Gral 45 60 Gral 45 60
3 Stitch type 301 - single needle lockstitch Top line 301 Gral 45 60 Gral 45 60
4 Stitch type 301 - single needle lockstitch Lining 301 Gral 45 60 Gral 45 60

Since conditions and applications vary considerably in the use of the thread, Coats and its distributors can make no guarantee of results. These recommendations are given in good faith but without warranty or liability on the company or its employees. The thread user should assure herself or himself by preliminarily testing that the thread is suitable for the end use intended. Technical information listed above is based on current averages and should be taken only as indicative.