Made-to-Order

If you want one of our standard styles (leather-soled shoes or boots) that are smaller or bigger than our standard sizes (EU 37-46), just send an email to info@diomandeshoes.com  with which style and your size, and we will be glad to make them for you.
For rubber-soled sneakers, we are limited to EU 37-46 which is what the sole manufacturers are offering. Sorry!

Custom Designs

Working with Diomande, you can design those shoes, boots, or sneakers you are dreaming of!  You might want to design biker boots for those motorcycle rides, cowboy boots, or shoes for special occasions like weddings or galas.
Come into our showroom in Cape Town with a sketch, an image from the Internet or a magazine, a photo you took,  and talk to Diomande.  You pick the leathers and colors you want from our samples.  After the design and materials are decided, Diomande will give you a price quote. Our custom shoes start at R3000 with a 50% deposit and the remainder is to be paid before we ship.
Please email us beforehand at info@diomandeshoes.com to make an appointment with Diomande for the design discussion.  If you can’t come into our showroom, send us design ideas at info@diomandeshoes.com or click on the button below to submit your shoe ideas and we will get back to you.

Get a custom made Shoe from your idea

Please email us beforehand at info@diomandeshoes.com to make an appointment with Diomande for the design discussion.  If you can't come into our showroom, send us design ideas at info@diomandeshoes.com,  or submit the form on this page and we will get back to you.

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How To Measure Your Foot For Custom Design

Trace your foot

Place a piece of paper on the ground. Make sure you are wearing the sock you intend to wear with the shoe. Ensure you have your full weight on the foot for the most accurate measurement. Either you or someone else slowly traces around your foot ensuring the pen or pencil is at a 90-degree angle.

Measure foot length

Use a measuring tape, and measure the outline from the back/central part of the heel to the end of the longest toe. You may want to try tracing your foot a few times for more accurate results

Measure foot width

Use a measuring tape and wrap it around the widest part of your foot at your bunion joint. Ensure you have your full weight on the foot to ensure a more accurate measurement