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It is not known where the term Budapest originated from and who used it for the first time. It is known that this shoe model has typical features of the Austro-Hungarian shoemaker tradition (eg Lochungsmuster and molding)  and since the late 19th century is made in Budapest . The Budapest is characterized by the combination of the following features: on a wide, relatively straight strips made the groin / shoe shows a high (“raised”) and relatively wide rounded tip (almost at an angle of 90 degrees) double stitched style (can be double stitched, but does not have to) double sole Derby shaft cut (open lacing) with attached rear cap wing cap with Fullbrogue -Lochverzierung (predominantly) or smooth (as in the “Plain-Derby”) The main characteristic of the Budapesters is its distinctive last form (one speaks in this connection also of the Budapester bars ). It is widely said that the Budapest is an open-laced derby decorated with a heel cap, wing cap and “perforated perforation” . Accordingly, his higher toe is the main distinguishing feature of the Budapesters of the so-called Fullbrogue in derby lacing. In Germany, there is a well-known manufacturer of Budapesters : the Bietigheim-based company Heinrich Dinkelacker , which manufactures the shoes by hand with its own employees in Budapest- Budafok . Also well-known shoe manufacturers of this classic men’s shoe model are the Hungarian companies Vass Shoes and László Budapest and the company Oliver Gray . The Budapest is a pure men’s shoe. Due to its overall quite clunky-looking form, it is less suitable for slim men, but is a shoe that harmonizes visually ideal and good with full-bodied men of greater growth (as well as resilient). The hole decorations ( Broguings ) as well as the Zwienaht above the sole give this model a sporty, but also a simple touch. Therefore, the Budapest fits more to textiles such as jeans or corduroy . A shoe pair costs between 400 and 1,200 euros, but with proper care, the Budapest holds about 20 years and longer.