After a study of 10,000 sportsmen and women in 15 countries, including 3,000 in Europe, our research and development teams were able to observe a real difference between men's and women's feet. For an athlete with the same foot length, a woman's foot will be narrower in the metatarsals as well as in the heel. Also, the foot arch on a woman's foot is on average more pronounced than on a man's foot.
Based on all these findings, we realised the importance of differentiating between women's and men's feet. That's why we decided to create two versions of the same model: a fitted version, adapted to the morphology of women's feet and a wider version, adapted to the morphology of men's feet.