The most distinctive feature of Birkenstock sandals is its sole. Friends who have just met this brand must not think about the main components of its sole. At first glance, it will be thought to be a material such as ordinary cork. It is not known that cork is graded according to its weight, elasticity, and firmness, and only the higher grade cork can be used to make cork stoppers. Birkenstock purchased the cork left after making the cork, twisted it into pieces and mixed it with natural latex, and pressed it into a famous cork shoe.
Birkenstock sandals feature not only the use of different materials to make shoes but also the shoes themselves have very high technological content. In terms of the most representative slippers, the most ergonomic technology to create the most suitable shoes is the 100-year-old shoe concept and the most beautiful and wearable sandals. The difference. I believe this is through the friends of the Birkenstock brand. And this is the basis for the Birkenstock sandals to have such a long history, but it is becoming more and more popular around the world. I believe that friends who know the goods will not mind trying to bring comfort to the ankle.
In the 15th year of 1899, Konrad began a round-the-clock tour in Germany and Austria to promote the concept of “arch, perfect support” and authorized other shoemakers to use their inventions.
1913 Senior Child Carl Joins Family Business
During the 1914 war, the old Konrad was employed in the rehabilitation department of Friedrichshain’s Hospital in Frankfurt, where he made three-dimensional shoes for wounded soldiers. Dean Dr. Med. Lashoff gave a high degree of recognition to the shoes made by the old Konrad.
In 1925, Konrad joined the family business. Buy a factory in Friedberg/Hessen. Due to the surge in demand, two shifts became the norm day and night. The famous Blue Footbed “Blue Insole” is sold in Austria, France, Denmark, Czech Republic, Italy, Luxembourg, Belgium, Norway, Netherlands, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Birkenstock’s famous week-long workshop began in 1932. In the second year, more than 5,000 professionals completed the training and were supported and recommended by many doctors and rehabilitation practitioners.
In 1935, the term “footbed” was registered in European countries.
After the 1946 war, Birkenstock moved to Bad Honnef on the Rhine.
In 1954 Karl joined the family business.
In 1964, Karl added the leather upper and the leather upper and the sole to create the first pair of comfortable shoes, and the scale of the Birkenstock family business has changed dramatically. To this day, Birkenstock continues to grow and expand.
In 1964, Konrad’s grandson Karl Birkenstock further developed the “sole of the soles of the foot” and developed the first pair of Birkenstock sandals.
In 1966, the company developed a multi-country patented “water-to-print” foot paper, and mail order became feasible. Margo Fraser brought Birkenstock to the United States and was loved by nature-conscious, health-conscious people. Birkenstock has also become a worldwide brand for the North American market.
In 1973, the classic two-strap sandals Arizona was launched and popular, making Birkenstock the most fashionable sandal brand in the 1970s. In 1977, the basic Boston was introduced, with softwood as the bottom, and the soles of the shoes were lifted around to protect the soles of the feet. In 1985, Birkenstock shoes were introduced, and Montana shoes were more popular. Today, they are still sought after by many fashion fans.
In 1988, Birkenstock was listed in Taiwan.