SS19 – GAMAR ITALIA, technical hooks for fashion footwearGamar Italia’s 30-year reputation has been built on attention to detail, with focus and commitment on the production of articles and accessories for the footwear industry.

May 11, 2018

Gamar Italia produces small metal parts, mainly for shoes, such as studs, hooks, rivets, closures, eyelets, rings and leather products, as well as accessories for other footwear sectors, such as safety and technical trekking footwear. Its products are distributed in Italy and worldwide. One of the most interesting proposals is the compact and robust hook 7531, used in the world of Trekking, which has been launched in a new lively and fresh look with anodising red, blue and the most classic golden and platinum colours are among the most enticing proposals. A jewel rivet (rhinestone rivet) that enhances the lines and gives a new elegance, embellishes the hook. Through the die-casting process, it is mounted on every kind of shoe thanks to its shape. With the 7531, the collection has included new hooks with innovative shapes and items embellished with pearls and crystals with different galvanic finishes, or as requested by customers, with a strong aesthetic impact.

GAMAR ITALIA

Gamar Italia S.r.l. http://www.gamaritalia.eu

Gamar Italia produces accessories, small metal parts, plastic parts and microinjection for footwear. Safety components certified for work shoes and […]

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