The new MARC fall-winter 2012-2013 collection will be presented at the EURO SHOES PREMIERE COLLECTION presentation in Moscow from 20 to 23 on February 2012 and will be aimed at a younger buyer.
According to the company, the new collection will be made of extremely soft leather. MARC SHOES focuses on models with insulated lining; the range of footwear produced using Gore-Tex technology has been expanded. The fall-winter 2012-2013 collection is aimed at a younger buyer. In general, the collection is divided into the segments COLLECTION (classic, stylish and business footwear) and SPORT (fashionable casual and sports footwear for active life). The indisputable competitive advantage of MARC shoes is the SOFT-WALK concept used in the production: the original insole design in the front of the shoe creates a feeling of "walking on the clouds", which is additionally facilitated by a special sole design that allows the foot to roll smoothly from heel to toe, thus creating an unforgettable feeling of comfortable walking.
Each individual MARC model combines modern design with maximum comfort. MARC shoes are manufactured in strict accordance with German quality standards. All production phases are constantly monitored: from sketches and prototype development of models, to their production and shipment to customers.
MARC Shoes has its own, individual style: the shoe design is modern, understandable, consistent with the current trends in shoe fashion. The materials and pads used in the production meet the highest requirements of the consumer.
Founded in 1938, MARC has many years of experience and its know-how in the manufacture of women's and men's leather shoes in the “fashion comfort” segment. A modernly equipped enterprise with more than 120 employees and producing more than 1 million pairs of shoes shipped to almost all countries of the world has grown from a hand-made shoe company.
MARC is an active member of the international MODEUROP COLOR CLUB and one of the leaders in identifying shoe fashion trends. Our own design center, located in the north of Germany, constantly collaborates with leading world design agencies.