THE SHOE THAT BREATHES
Geox challenged the historical perception of holes in shoes - the first step of the Geox revolution. Usually associated with the idea of a worn out shoe to be thrown away, the holes became a technological plus.
"Keeping water out and feet dry."
The Geox revolution has been made possible after extensive research resulting in the development of the membrane, made of a special micro-porous material which expels sweat, in the form of water vapor, but prevents water from penetrating. The process is made possible as the membrane’s micropores are larger than water vapour molecules, but smaller than water droplets - keeping water out and feet dry.