Quality footwear not only contributes to a comfortable working day, it also keeps the body and feet healthy.


Fit is an expression of how well the shoes fit on the foot regardless of the environment and activity. A poor fit leads to reduced comfort – and vice versa.


Shock Absorption:

Shock absorption and suspension is the ability of shoes to absorb shocks and send energy back. Footwear with good shock absorption reduces strain on joints, feet, legs and back. Shock absorption should not be confused with softness, which often gives the immediate feeling of comfort. This is noticeable, for example, if the insole is made of an extra soft material. But softness does not necessarily create good comfort in the long run.




Flexible footwear is primarily characterized by the fact that the outsole and upper leather are made of flexible and soft materials that follow the movements of the foot. Conversely, a less flexible shoe can also add comfort in the form of greater stability.



Breathable footwear allows heat and moisture from the feet to escape, making the temperature in the shoes comfortable and keeping the feet dry. Breathable materials are often characterized by good sweat-absorbing and transporting properties that can absorb the moisture and transport it away from the foot.



Stability and support can minimize the risk of injury. The need depends on the foot, environment and activity. Support can be created in the actual construction of the footwear and via stabilizing materials in exposed areas.