Established in 2015, Freckled Footwear has humbly grown to become the largest independent Sustainable Footwear Design Consultancy in Canada. Having built a passionate in-house team comprised of like-minded individuals, Freckled Footwear provides outdoor, lifestyle and performance design for all. Capable of handling corporate business in addition to independents, our designers have experience with large private brand houses (Canadian Tire, Sportsdirect.com), international brands (Skechers, Helly Hansen) and some of the World’s most sustainably innovative footwear brands (Skye Footwear, Native Shoes).
Freckled Footwear is proud to partner with the following brands:
Our designers have previously worked with the following brands:
Utilizing WGSN and other trend reporting agencies, we know how to identify, understand and apply Global trends to your market.
Our team possesses the unique ability to tailor trend presentations to specific territories (APAC, LATAM, etc.) while adhering to your Brand DNA. We attend all major footwear trade shows (ISPO, OR, etc.) and are available for appointments scheduled ahead of time.
We are a full service Design Consultancy, proficient in agnostic design ideation, product development, art direction, brand development, packaging and graphics.
Specializing in Sustainable Visible Technology development, we possess an array of professional footwear skillsets from sketching to packaging and POP.
Our designers have an eye for detail, and an intuitive understanding of how to bring your idea to market.
With advanced skills in 3D lighting, texturing, shading, rendering, and compositing our 3D digital designers produce studio-quality 3D renderings of your product for digital sampling and animation. We utilize innovative software solutions to iterate generative lattice structures that produce advanced additive manufacturing solutions.
This greatly reduces sampling costs while optimizing material usage and provides accurate cost estimates. This results in a dramatically reduced product creation timeline.
If 3D modeling is not in your Product Lifecycle, it needs to be.