We asked three leading manufacturers of knitting and fabric machines – Santoni, Shima Seiki and STOLL – to illustrate the present and future of the knitted upper.
In 2017, the Tuscan-based company set up a department specialising in the production of removable fussbett insoles for sports shoes.
The Frasson S.p.A.® sole factory has been a partner of the best European shoe companies in the Outdoor & Safety sector for over a century.
The collaboration between the Swiss Group, leader in the production of zip and buttons for the fashion world, and Diego Caverzasi is official.
Specialised since 1947 in the development of cellulose materials for footwear, over the years, the company located in Cassolnovo (PV) has expanded its range of product offerings, proposing itself as an innovative and reliable partner also in the sports segment, with the ability to develop personalized solutions based on the specific needs of the customer.
The world of fashion opens up to the athleisure style and Schmid replies with a range of technical products that combine style and performance.
In the heart of the Sportsystem of Montebelluna, Accoppiatura di Asolo has capably taken the excellences of a precious network of specialised subcontractors, representing 65% of the worldwide production of ski-shoes and 80% of the production of motorcycle footwear, and made them its very own.
A profile of Claudio Innocente who has been playing key roles with the Beaverton sports footwear giant since 2009
The contest that promotes the technological innovation linked to the world of sports and mountains is at its third edition.
The analysis of the end of life of products, considered as “those activities necessary for the reuse of a product at the end of its useful life” (Parlikad and Macfarlane, 2004), is part of the eco-efficiency concept expressed in the “Cradle to Cradle” manifesto by McDonough and Braungart: “We will have to learn to imitate nature’s highly effective cradle-to-cradle nutrient flow and metabolism, in which the very concept of waste does not exist”.
A study conducted by the High School of Sant’Anna di Pisa in the district of Santa Croce highlights the advantages for the environment in the abandoning traditional linear economy.
The Indian company has developed a very efficient system to recover used and “throw-away” shoes to turn them into new models donated to those who still walk barefoot.
For more than 30 years the Como-based company has been offering a high-level service while never losing sight of protecting the environment.
The tale of Caterina Maestro, founder of the Milan showroom where it is possible to rent and share the fashion of your dreams.