Trio, masculine elegance

The Polish brand with a solid reputation focuses on product quality in order to conquer European markets and attract productive partnerships.

Jul 05, 2018
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A family-run company with a culture of quality and passion for men’s footwear, the Polish company Trio launched its eponymous brand in 1995, focusing on collections with a contemporary appeal. Right from the start, the domestic market looked with favour upon its proposal: the classic style of Trio footwear and the extraordinary design, excellent materials and construction, and comfortable fit, are all features appreciated by the most demanding public of men.

Thus, Trio made a name for itself nationally, standing out as a brand synonymous with masculine elegance, while conquering a significant market share by distributing not only through a traditional retail network, but also through e-commerce platforms, with a diversified offering that spans from classic and formal shoes to those that are comfortable and sporty for men of every age.

Having firmly established itself in Poland, Trio is now ready to set its signs beyond national borders and, also thanks to its participation in Expo Riva Schuh, has begun to carve out an increasingly important role for itself on European markets, including Italy and Germany in particular.trio9

Here, the Trio proposal is more expressive and is destined for both distribution – wholesalers, chain stores and e-commerce platforms -, and private labels. The experience and know-how matured over the years, while making its way up in the domestic market, have cemented Trio’s reputation as a sold production partner, allowing it to forge a number of important partnerships.

The story of Trio is accordingly one of constant development: a path of growth that has not yet finished.

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