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FLYTECH SOLES: crafting the future of footwear between tradition and innovation

In the specialised world of footwear manufacturing, the Polish company has been a testament to innovation, quality, and family heritage since 1998.

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February 2024

FLYTECH SOLES: crafting the future of footwear between tradition and innovation

Founded in 1998 under the name of FLYTECH SOLES P&T, but with deep roots in the footwear industry dating back to 1927, today FLYTECH SOLES is renowned for the production of soles for footwear in TR (thermoplastic rubber), EVA (ethylene-vinyl acetate), TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane), PU (polyurethane) and for a series of handcrafted solutions that combine the art of traditional soles with modern technological achievements.

In fact, it is worth mentioning that FLYTECH SOLES was the first company in Poland to start producing EVA soles: a pioneering initiative that underlined the company’s leadership in adopting cutting-edge practices and technologies in the industry.

Strategically located in Central Europe, FLYTECH SOLES has capitalised on its location to effectively meet the needs of the Eastern and Central European markets. This prime location improves their distribution and logistics, allowing them to efficiently cater to the diverse needs of their extensive clientele. Additionally, with a strategic focus on Western Europe, FLYTECH SOLES is determined to expand its influence and presence in these key markets.

From its beginnings as a family-run shoe company to its evolution into a leading manufacturer of shoe soles, FLYTECH already has many millions of pairs of soles to its credit and cooperation with leading European shoe brands. FLYTECH SOLES has consistently demonstrated an unwavering dedication to excellence.

With roots deeply embedded in the footwear industry and an eye constantly on the horizon of technological and market trends, FLYTECH SOLES is not just keeping pace with the industry—it is actively shaping the future of footwear, reinforcing its position.

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