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Raw Materials

"In our products we use only Italian quality materials"


Chiampo Valley, known as world center for the manufacture of leather, has always been the cradle of our activities.
This situation has allowed Giasco to develop a deep understanding of the materials, which is essential to ensure the safety shoe to achieve the best performance. 
Performance for us means ensuring foot comfort in any condition and maximum protection in any situation. We believe that both aspects are necessary to ensure appreciation of the safety shoe by its user.
For this reason, one of the most important pillars of our company policy is to supply all our products with the best materials in terms of softness, water repellency and breathability, to ensure the complete well-being to those who wear safety shoes every day.
Our commitment in terms of choice of the best raw materials, however, is not limited only to the purchase. In fact, it is necessary that the material maintains its excellent characteristics even after this stage and for this reason, our collaborators check daily the conditions of the stores, in which these are stocked, in order to ensure maximum quality of the material throughout the entire process.

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