The world of footwear is dressed in wood. A revolution born in Vigevano, the nerve center of the production of high-quality footwear that went down in history in the 20th century. Right in the city of the stiletto heel, tradition has met innovation with the Woowe shoe. From the most refined décolleté to the most casual ballerina, passing through Oxford models and men's buckled shoes: the concept of classic is transformed into the originality of a material that changes the experience of wearing a shoe. Wooden leather, precisely because of its softness and lightness, gives life to a new concept of comfort that envelops the foot as if it were a second skin.
Used to wearing footwear made of animal leather or plastics with a high environmental impact, making a sustainable choice is also a responsibility. The productive journey of Woowe footwear begins in ethically managed forests: for every tree cut, two more are planted. Maple, cherry, and ebony are the three precious woods to start with. The foils are cut, processed by microlaser and laminated with 100% Ecoteck certified cotton. This is how an elastic and soft but totally cruelty-free leather comes to life, so much so that it achieves 3VVV+ certification by Animal Free Fashion. But sustainability is also transparency: choosing Woowe means becoming an active part of the reforestation project in the world thanks to the collaboration with an independent association with an international scope such as Tree-nation.
To peep out innovation and sustainability, Made in Italy craftsmanship. Expertise that goes well with the uniqueness of wooden leather. As the marble blocks revealed their veins as the artists of the Italian Renaissance gave life to the characters of their works chisel after chisel, the wooden skin shows itself to the craftsman in all its nuances. The workmanship of the wood, the original grain that cannot be replicated in series, the precision and attention to detail are the elements that make each pair of Woowe, a unicum not replicable.