NoRisk emerged in 1996 as a pioneering brand in Portugal with inspirations from the workwear culture, merging with the European lifestyle and always maintaining the essence of durability, safety and style.
Born in Guimarães, Portugal, in the hands of the ICC group, with the aim of making the best and most durable work boot. With a strong belief in family values and a sense of tradition, its expansion from Guimarães to the world started to happen gradually. Today it serves all types of workers, whatever their challenge is.
What matters most to you as a brand?
Our mission is to provide premium quality safety shoes that are made in Portugal using European materials. We aim to offer footwear that not only meets safety requirements but also appeals to modern and current trends, making them suitable for both work and outdoor activities. We are committed to producing shoes that protect workers while also providing comfort and style.
It looks like you have engineered change. We’re curious! Could you please share with us what’s so unique in terms of design?
sustainability. We strive to create a culture of safety and wellbeing, where workers can feel confident and comfortable while on the job or outside it. We aim to expand our product line to meet the needs of a diverse range of customers, while maintaining our commitment to premium quality and sustainable manufacturing practices.
For us, it’s about collaboration. Please share with us, what makes Sympatex your perfect match and ingredient?
Sympatex is an ideal partner for No Risk, due to its innovative and high-performance features that align well with the requirements of safety footwear.
By collaborating with Sympatex, No Risk safety shoes can leverage the advanced features and reputation of Sympatex materials to offer high-performance, durable, comfortable, and environmentally friendly footwear to your customers.
Apparently, our planet matters to you, too! What’s your approach in that regard?
No Risk, contributes to a better world by using recycled materials in our products, use of photovoltaic energy, as well the reuse of leftover PU, rubber, cork, etc., to injection soles.