In shoemaking, a "last" refers to a three-dimensional mold, typically made of wood or plastic, shaped like a human foot. It serves as the foundation around which a shoe is constructed. The last determines the shoe's size, shape, and fit, influencing characteristics such as the toe shape, arch, and heel height. At Gomila we use different lasts for various styles of shoes, ensuring that each design achieves the desired comfort and aesthetic. The last is a critical element in the production process, influencing the overall feel and look of the final product.