Leading retailer to sell 3-D printed shoes made by company that started in Chattanooga

Feetz enters partnership with DSW Inc. to grow brand

These shoes were created by Feetz using 3-D printing.
photo Lucy Beard

photo Feetz uses 3-D printing technology to make custom fit shoes.

Feetz, the first company to use 3-D printing technology to make custom fit shoes, announced today that it has entered into a partnership with leading footwear retailer DSW Inc. to sell Feetz shoes through DSW's considerable retail footprint and customer base.

"The Feetz model will allow our customers to purchase true custom fit shoes at a fraction of what traditional bespoke shoes cost," said Simon Nankervis, chief commercial officer of DSW. "We believe that giving customers the ability to purchase on-demand, affordable, custom fit shoes has the potential to disrupt the footwear market as we know it today."