german engineered high end sneakers

.nat-2™ Founder x Designer Sebastian Thies has risen from one of the oldest shoe-dynasties in Europe,

representing the 6th generation shoemaker & -creator since 1856


nat-2™ | futuristic products with a strong heritage

nat-2™ was founded in 2007 by Sebastian Thies, who‘s family background in the footwear industry goes back to 1856. nat-2™ is a highly progressive brand challenging the big players

in the business by being a step ahead and truly high fashion, while still being leisure`n down to earth. The roots of the brand lie in the early 90ies graffiti, street- and boardsport culture,

admiring the innovative power of the techy, cool 80ies. nat-2 is about passion and style and therefore the brand is not stuck with cliches, following its own path and ideas.

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nat-2™ combines a strong heritage with highly innovative products inspired by german industrialism & quality.

nat-2™ features luxurious materials on futuristic high-tech items or classic and rugged styles from its archives

designed in germany, produced in the best factories, mostly in italy and spain.


nat-2™ is the outcome of a family business, run in the 6th generation since 1856

a true heritage | constantly looking forward, not back, without

forgetting the rich history and roots | the archives are full of endless creativity and designs

nat-2™ brings you the best from the past, present and future.


nat-2™ is sold in the finest boutiques, department stores, high end streetwear and

concept stores as well as in high profile online stores

references incl. : Opening Ceremony, Galeries Lafayette Paris & Beijing, LaRinascente Milano, Pool, LST,

Snotty, Rieger, El Corte Ingles, Karstadt Premium, Simon & Renoldi, Cara & Co, P-Plus,

The Level Shoe District Dubai, S*uce Abu Dhabi, …

nat-2™ is also running an own concept store in Munich under the name coilex.com


1856 the company „Ferdinand Fischer“ was founded with offices/factories in Germany’s region “Sachsen” by

Ferdinand Fischer (Master of Hat-Manufacturing) born in 1831. Starting with the production of felt material the

factory quickly turned into a vibrant and creative shoe manufacturer.

1945 the company is lost without any remuneration to the Eastern-German government after world war II

1947 new start by Ingeborg Thies a born Fischer

1949 the company “Ferdinand Fischer KG” is re-launched in Schneverdingen, Northern Germany by Horst Fischer

1949 the company “Thies-Fischer KG” is founded

1984 the company “K&T Handels- und Unternehmensberatung GmbH” is founded in the fifth generation after Ferdinand Fischer by Ulrike Kotjan and Ursula & Matthias Thies

2006 family Thies-Fischer is celebrating 150 years developing and supplying shoes, materials and accessoires

2007 after countless launches of innovative products, 6th generation shoemaker Sebastian Thies creates the brand “nat-2™” in Munich,

Germany and launches the world’s first ever 2 in 1 shoe, which was developed secretly over many years.

2010 nat-2™ & K&T have already won several international awards, quickly expanding the brand activities and delivering products such as the 4 in 1 Stack to more than 30 countries worldwide.

2012 Opening of the first flagship store under the name coilex in Munich, Germany

2014 nat-2™ is announced one of the 30 most creative companies in Germany and therefore

Kultur- und Kreativpilot by the Federal Government and Ministry of Commerce


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