The shoe manufactory’s history reaches back to 1885 and the company is now run by a family member in the fourth generation. With the formation of his company, shoemaker master Ludwig Reiter lays the foundation for a family busi- ness that 130 years later still epitomizes crafts- manship and a love for functional classics.

Traditional manufacturing processes such as the Goodyear method, which was impor- ted by Ludwig Reiter II. from America, are still in use today at the Viennese workshop. As with the production methods, the styles, some of which date back to the Imperial Era, have evolved throughout the company’s history.


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