As a final work, a classic laced-up man’s shoe has to be made. The style can be either a Derby or an Oxford. Both upper and lining are leather made and all the reinforcements, toe box and counter included, are cut out from the materials mostly used in a regular production. The special feature of this fourth section of the course is the focus on the upper hand finishing. Leathers used are partially finished by the tannery to give the student the unique opportunity to learn how, by using pads, creams and brushes the final appearance can change to get a more custom look.