Boissy Chaussures in the heart of Haute-Loire.
With its production plant situated in Laussonne (Haute-Loire), Boissy Chaussures is proud to fly the flag of Haute-Loire, and in particular the Canton of Saint-Julien Chapteuil, of which Laussonne is a part. Created in 1947, the shoes firm employs 140 local people and remains profoundly attached to the values of Haute-Loire.
Discretion, elegance, comfort, well-being and quality are what makes Boissy Chaussures a reference on the shoe market. Boissy Chaussures is now among the last French shoe makers whose production process encompasses every stage of making the shoes, and it produces some 1,500 pairs of shoes a day, with some specific features that make all the difference: for example hand sewing, 100% leather moccasins.
A family firm that has developed successfully.
Since 1947, Boissy Chaussures has developed its skills and know-how to produce ranges of shoes whose quality is based on comfort, well-being and elegance. Always attentive to the latest trends and fashions, the teams at Boissy bring out new collections very year that meet the expectations of a male and female clientele always on the lookout for something new.
And so Boissy Chaussures stands out on the shoes market by producing brand new designs every season and customised soles thanks to its research and development department. Designing and producing soles in-house is today a major advantage in terms of responsiveness and innovation, one which has positioned the Haute-Loire brand among the references in the business in France.
A brand that is well-known and appreciated by the general public, the industry and retailers, Boissy Chaussures also has the special advantage of its know-how in the production of entirely hand sewn moccasins. Now, as part of its development plans, Boissy, a family firm founded in 1947, is turning towards the export market, with plans to offer its qualities of craftsmanship and comfort “Made in France” to customers all over the world.