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  • NOX

    Padel products brand NOX has added to its catalogue a specific line of footwear for this sporting discipline that improves player's performance and reduces the risk of injury.

    After having subjected the prototypes to a series of comfort and functionality analyses, NOX padel shoes have obtained INESCOP's "FUNCTIONAL" label, which certifies that they are comfortable and healthy shoes for the purpose for which they have been developed.


    ECOALF has measured the environmental impact of its footwear at different stages of the life cycle to identify areas for improvement and achieve a carbon neutral footprint by 2030.

    Thanks to the LIFE GREENSHOES4ALL project, footwear manufacturing companies are helped to reduce their CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions, reducing their environmental impact and contributing to the development of a sustainable industry.


    In record time, INESCOP has awarded 100 labels to a total of 38 companies.

    These are our own certifications that ensure aspects such as sustainability, health or comfort, based on the fulfilment of certain technical requirements. Thanks to this recognition, many companies have improved their positioning and increased their brand value.

    Do you want your company to be next?


    GLENT aimed at positioning its brand into men’s footwear market with bespoke and customised shoes. That is why they resorted to INESCOP and perfectly joined craft manufacture with the most innovative technology applied to the footwear sector, thus producing a high-end handcrafted product.

    At present, the firm has its own shop at one of the most prestigious commercial areas of Madrid and is fully involved in online sales thanks to the Web-based footwear configurator.

  • ARSUTORIA School

    ARSUTORIA School
    The renowned Italian footwear design school, ARSUTORIA School, chose INESCOP’s Icad3D+ software for training in their design classroom, which is integrated in their in-house factory. This makes it possible for students to produce their own prototypes, from the design stage to final production.

    Definitely a unique training experience!

  • INGA3D

    INGA 3D

    INGA 3D emerged due to the difficulties that European footwear companies faced when trying to employ highly-skilled VET graduates in computer-aided 3D footwear design. For that reason, the project created a training material for footwear CAD and an online platform.

    Nowadays, both IED Madrid and the "Gheorghe Asachi" Technical University of Iaşi (Romania) are teaching with this training material.