GRUBIN is a Euro­pean com­pa­ny with over 80 years of fam­i­ly tra­di­tion of mak­ing qual­i­ty shoes, It start­ed in the 1930s as a small arti­san work­shop and con­tin­ued to inno­vate and devel­op to become a major anatom­i­cal shoe brand in the world and is based in Ser­bia .The capac­i­ty of the head plant in Staraya Pazo­va is 800 pairs per day. Thanks to the invest­ment in the pur­chase of a shoe fac­to­ry in Bela Palan­ka, it became pos­si­ble to pro­duce 3,000 pairs per day. Our mis­sion is to spread the vision we have achieved in the domes­tic mar­ket as a leader in the pro­duc­tion of anatom­i­cal footwear. And that’s why we pro­vide cus­tomers around the plan­et with the best prod­ucts for healthy and free move­ment.


The GRUBIN foot­stool is made of Mediter­ranean oak bark cork. The cork lay­er is repro­ducible, so it can be col­lect­ed again and again with­out dam­ag­ing the trees. Nat­ur­al latex or rub­ber is mixed with cork to make the bear­ing light, flex­i­ble and able to absorb shock. The bed is cov­ered in suede that is spe­cial­ly treat­ed to make it soft, com­fort­able and absorbent. The sole is soft, light, flex­i­ble and very durable. It facil­i­tates con­tact with hard sur­faces and allows full nat­ur­al move­ment of the foot.

The main mate­r­i­al for the man­u­fac­ture of the upper part of GRUBIN anatom­i­cal shoes is leather. It is very thick and lux­u­ri­ous, and at the same time soft and com­fort­able. It has been paint­ed and processed with spe­cial tech­niques to pre­serve its beau­ty and orig­i­nal­i­ty.

GRU­BIN-floor is a man-made mate­r­i­al. It looks like leather, but hard fibers are hid­den under the del­i­cate sur­face. It is espe­cial­ly com­fort­able as it cir­cu­lates air and absorbs mois­ture. It is also water­proof, easy to clean, eco­nom­i­cal and very durable.

GRU­BIN-felt is a fibrous mate­r­i­al. It is porous enough to allow air to cir­cu­late and firm enough to keep the foot warm and com­fort­able. GRU­BIN-felt shoes are the per­fect solu­tion as house slip­pers for the win­ter.

The GRUBIN anatom­i­cal sup­port is the heart of all our mod­els. Although today it is syn­ony­mous with excep­tion­al com­fort, GRUBIN used the word “fus­bet” at the begin­ning of its devel­op­ment to describe the inter­nal anatom­i­cal shape of the mod­el with all sup­port­ing ele­ments. The word “fus­bet” comes from the Ger­man word “fus” — foot and “bet” — bed, which in Ser­bian means a bed for legs.

The anatom­i­cal­ly shaped bed, when worn, puts the foot in a nat­ur­al posi­tion, which improves the pos­ture of the body, affects the cor­rect posi­tion of the spine and thus facil­i­tates every­day walk­ing or long stand­ing.

1 — Deep heel groove pro­vides secure sup­port for the foot and sta­bi­lizes the heel.

2 — Trans­verse sup­port with metatarsal ele­va­tion helps dis­trib­ute pres­sure from the mid­foot to the entire foot.

3 — Inter­nal and exter­nal lon­gi­tu­di­nal sup­ports
pro­vide bal­ance to the foot when walk­ing.

4 — The fin­ger grip pro­vides ben­e­fi­cial exer­cise and encour­ages nat­ur­al rolling motions.

5 — Cork and PVC bed is extreme­ly flex­i­ble and pro­vides nat­ur­al soft pro­tec­tion for the foot, allow­ing for a more nat­ur­al gait.

6 — Leather velor cov­er absorbs sweat and great­ly improves wear­ing com­fort.

7 — The edge of the hole is espe­cial­ly high to cov­er the foot and pro­tect the toes.

The upper part is made of high qual­i­ty leather. Anatom­i­cal shoes Gru­bin pro­motes a bet­ter body posi­tion and relax­ation of the calves of your feet. They help to ensure bal­ance and the cor­rect posi­tion when walk­ing.


Shoes “Gru­bin” was devel­oped with the par­tic­i­pa­tion of ortho­pe­dists and com­bines com­fort, qual­i­ty, reli­a­bil­i­ty and attrac­tive design with a wide palette of col­ors and qual­i­ty mate­ri­als. Light­weight, com­fort­able, made from nat­ur­al mate­ri­als and anatom­i­cal­ly shaped, Gru­bin shoes simul­ta­ne­ous­ly pro­tect and pro­mote healthy growth of the foot, giv­ing a feel­ing of com­fort and light­ness with every step. CORRECT SIZE Gru­bin shoes should be 6–10 mm larg­er, the heel should fit com­fort­ably in the heel recess, and there should be enough room for free move­ment of the toes. On the first day, wear Gru­bin shoes for no more than 45 min­utes, extend each sub­se­quent day by 45 min­utes. In this way, your feet will com­plete­ly get used to the Gru­bin shoes. Try not to over­tight­en the straps. The feet should sep­a­rate slight­ly from the sole with each step, when choos­ing shoes, you must stand up.

With prop­er care, you can walk many kilo­me­ters in GRUBIN shoes. The micro­p­orous rub­ber of the anatom­i­cal sole is eas­i­ly replace­able and must be replaced when the sole has worn 5mm.