Wood soles

Our wood soles are mainly made for designers and fashion labels. Whether sandals or stylish shoe designs: wood soles from our catalogue or custom products are an ideal and comfortable base for your foot.

But wood soles are not just for fashion enthusiasts. They are comfortable, durable and they improve posture. Moreover, they are popular in professions which require a lot of standing and walking because they absorb shocks and protect your feet. Additionally, they provide protection against sharp objects on the floor.

Attention designers! Unusual shapes are also possible.

For an overview of selected models, please see our online catalogue.

Wood soles with heels

Wood soles with heels

These wood soles are available with various heel heights and toecap forms. The soles with a foot-friendly shape are the ideal base for designing trendy shoes which not only focus on look but also on wearing comfort. We offer ready-made models in our shop as well as custom production according to your models and specimens.

  • Material: beech, alder, poplar
  • Surface: sharpened
  • Sizes: 34 - 42

Gymnastic soles

Gymnastic soles

Our high-quality soles have an anatomically shaped health footbed and are available slotted or unslotted. They have a heel cup, toe barrier as well as an inner joint and midfoot support. This way, a perfect fit and optimum stability of the foot can be guaranteed because the toe grip is supported.

  • Material: beech, alder, poplar
  • Surface: sharpened
  • Sizes: 30 - 48


For wood soles, you can choose between the regional wood types beech, alder and poplar. We are happy to advise you regarding the specific advantages and disadvantages as well as the application possibilities of the different types of wood.

More information on materials


Promotion of energy efficiency and the use of renewable energies in companies: Energy consulting and efficiency measures

Applicant name: M. Spenlé GmbH

Description of the project:
Replacement of the lighting system with LED lighting in the production and warehouse areas

The project, funded by the Free State of Thuringia, was co-financed by funds from the European Union within the framework of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

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