UNPARALLELED TECHNIQUE

Manufacturing Excellence

Our trademarked manufacturing processes are the envy of competitors the world over.

aerosoft’s revolutionary production methods have set the gold standard in footwear production, a standard which others strive to imitate yet have never equalled.

Polyurethane: Our Wonder Material

The blend of chemicals behind aerosoft’s revolutionary footwear is a closely guarded secret. Made on the premises of our factory in Bangkok, the formula provides the unique and much lauded properties of our shoes – superior comfort, flexibility, and unbelievable durability.

Despite its relative cost, we choose to create in PU because it embodies all the qualities that make truly great footwear. Unlike rubber (heavy and hard), EVA (light but rough), or PVC (heavy, hard, inflexible), PU is extremely light, soft, and flexible. It is also versatile: we use varyingly composed types of PU for different types of shoe. For example; in our heeled shoes, we use a stronger blend to ensure resilience and stability; when creating ‘sock’ areas and flat soled shoes we use another variant which emphasises comfort and softness.

With our wealth of experience in creating this unique PU blend, we are confident that we are the only company in the business who can produce polyurethane footwear to our high standards – the quality of an aerosoft is more than evident when compared to the mass of poor imitations that have appeared over the years.

We have tried to get our formula produced elsewhere, but no third party has yet matched our standard. To aerosoft, the slightest millimeter is vital in the making of our shoes – as such, all production remains in-house. These days, we stand by the motto “If you want something done properly, do it yourself!”

Direct Injection, aerosoft Style

Our founder, Mr. Komol Chungrungruangkit, spent years intricately researching the most innovative and effective way of creating quality, comfortable, durable and affordable footwear. From touring foreign factories and visiting international trade fairs he discovered a means of manufacturing shoes which relied on creating a tripartite lower section, fused together via the injection of polyurethane.

Not entirely satisfied with this method, Mr. Komol began tinkering in the workshop. After months of successes and failures, a new industrial process was born – the ‘direct-on upper’ machine, mass producing aerosoft’s revolutionary new shoes made entirely of PU; softer, tougher, more flexible, and more comfortable than anything before them.

Summit soon perfected the process of making PU footwear: moulds are used to create millimeter perfect component parts which are then fused to form shoes with no integral seams, glue, or joins: points which, in other footwear, quicken a product’s deterioration and shorten its lifespan.

Today, we believe that our extensive R&D and expertise in moulding technology gives us a strong competitive advantage, allowing us to create highly market specific and ergonomic component parts. Once our finely tuned components are moulded, we send them to be sealed by direct injection. Our factory now has over fifty direct injection machines, and is capable of creating upwards of 3 millions pairs of shoes per month – each pair a result of our patented, celebrated production methods and subject to stringent quality control processes. The final product is a PU shoe, fully sealed and impervious to the splits and wear of lesser products.

Today, we believe that our extensive R&D and expertise in moulding technology gives us a strong competitive advantage, allowing us to create highly market specific and ergonomic component parts. Once our finely tuned components are moulded, we send them to be sealed by direct injection. Our factory now has over fifty direct injection machines, and is capable of creating upwards of 3 millions pairs of shoes per month – each pair a result of our patented, celebrated production methods and subject to stringent quality control processes. The final product is a PU shoe, fully sealed and impervious to the splits and wear of lesser products.