Since 1954 one of most famous European shoe manufacturers, the german brand Sioux stands for sophisticated constructions, quality, best materials, skilled craftsmanship and ultra-soft wearing comfort. Sioux was the first who started in 1954 the manufacturing of the moccasins. "Autoped"- the first shoe concept particularly for motorists – was also the idea of Sioux. Half a century with a great number of shoe developments set the direction for "Naturform" styles such as Grashopper, which is now enjoying cult status. Target group of these shoes - all ages people, who appreciate individuality and fashion and don’t want to give up comfort.
The Sioux tribe: around 300 employees
Locations: Walheim, Germany and Lousada, Portugal Around 750,000 pairs per year
50 million since 1954 (10 million of which are the Grashopper model)
50% women’s shoes/50% men’s shoes
Principal markets: Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Benelux, Russia, Asia
SIOUX shoes are the movable comfort, which give you an excellent feeling of freedom and self-confident. The creator of moccasins still remains a pioneer in style and innovation.
The cult model Grashopper takes a central place in the Sioux shoes collection. These shoes are very individual and fit the taste of confident customers, who have their own style and honor comfort.
Phone: +49 174 3272700
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The pioneer in modern casual wear the Grashopper already stood for “freedom of feet” in the 1960s and quickly overstepped formal boundaries. It is still as nature made it and is making its comeback after 50 years featuring new colours and outer materials.
This is a new generation of the Grashopper. In addition to the Original version with its crepe sole, new models have also joined the Grashopper family. Above all, innovative, fashionable soles define the look of the New Generation footwear: the real rubber light-cell sole in white or other colours or the light shark sole with its striking teeth. Some of the season’s highlights for women include very fashionable, colourful, glamour styles in leather or textiles.