Here, we highlight a few examples of tailored developments:
a sole detail can make the difference.
The outsole is wear resistant and the mid-layer is of shock absorbing material.
The clear bottom, while maintain excellent mechanical properties, allows for aesthetic decoration of the outsole bottom.
We combine natural cork with thermoplastic raw materials. Cork is a natural product which comes from the bark of the cork oak tree. Cork itself has a cell-like structure which is light (densities (as low as 0.45 g/ccm) and highly compressible. Its comfortable feel and non-slip texture make it a good choice for different applications. You also get a damping effect for orthopedic shoe lifts.
The inner core of this outsole was developed to reduce the weight of the outsole while maintaining its structural stiffness at pressure zones.
This technique was implemented to achieve structural stiffness in the rear of the outsole for maintaining postural stability, while maintaining flexibility and softness in the front, to enhance comfort. We have developed a technique that allows us to do this in existing monocolour moulds.