Born in 1975 as a mountain shoe workplace in the famous Montebelluna zone of Italy, Crispi, founded by Alessandro Marcolin, has seen its market grow, making it exclusive in its niche and now one of the most precious companies in Italy.
Launched at The Game Fair this summer to huge acclaim, the 100 per cent waterproof Highland Pro boot, combines a walking boot, wellington and gaiter in a unique three-in-one design.
Crispi has revolutionised the waterproof boot market and a waiting list has already formed for the latest Black/Olive colourway. Ideal for hunting waterfowl and birds in general, ideally on plains, it offers a customised fit thanks to the internal BOA millimetric closing system. The protective, thermo-sealed gaiter and watertight TIZIP make it completely impermeable to water.
Linny Oliphant, brand manager at Outwear Ltd, the exclusive UK and Ireland distributor for Crispi, said: “At Ragley Hall, visitors came looking for the revolutionary Highland Pro boots now available in Black/Olive having seen them featured in the press. We took the first Black/Olive boots to the show and expect the same excitement at the GWCT Scottish Game Fair at Scone.”
Founded on binomial quality and technology, Crispi is one of the most qualified brands in the outdoor field. From this philosophy, the company creates boots made of first choice leather with shock absorbing areas in the midsoles to improve absorption of heel micro-shocks due to the gait and padded cuffs.
For more 40 years, Cripsi has developed as a world leader in all of its production niches, without any dazzling slogans or big promises, but simply driven by a passion for quality footwear and the courage to put results on the line in order to achieve constant improvement, model after model.