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Microfibers with stunning technical characteristics. Since the 1990s, Giardini has developed the Mycro Line, becoming an important reference worldwide in this field. Mycro today represents the most advanced and performing material for technical / sports footwear, clothing and leather goods.

Some good reasons for choosing:

With the experience gained over the years, Giardini has studied special finishes so that Mycro can be used in the most different markets: for example, finishes for direct injection of PU soles, easy clean antibacterial, antistatic, flame retardant treatment; also suitable for digital and high frequency screen printing.


Fine looking microfibers with exceptional technical characteristics.


Microfibre suede for safety and sport system

items in this range are able to respond to the most different needs of sports sectors and to the regulations regarding safety / professional footwear. They are characterized by:

high breathability and mechanical strength.

Giardini also guarantees the possibility of different types of treatments, such as:

water repellency, softener, application of heat adhesive and antibacterial.

Coated mycrofibers for safety and sport system

The products of the sport range have been developed following the continuous comparison with specialists in the cycle, motorcycle, football, trekking, outdoor and leisure sectors.

This has led to the continuous improvement of the technical performance of the articles and research and development of innovative materials.

The articles range from 0.5 mm to 4.0 mm thickness and are all characterized by: Very high mechanical strength and on request water repellent treatment and breathable polyurethanes.

The materials for safety upper, on the other hand, guarantee performance far superior to the most recent international standards for safety footwear.

(EN ISO 20345: 2011 / EN ISO 20346: 2004 / EN ISO 20347: 2012).

The range is very extensive and all materials can be S1 and / or S2 and are compatible with the direct injection processes of the polyurethane sole.