Naglev, the new Italian brand formed by Achille Morlin and his daughter Elettra, has received its first order from a Korean distributor, which also represents Stanley, for an initial lot of 500 pairs of its sustainable shoes. Achille Morlin, the former owner of Garmont, is handling its production in China. Contacts have started with potential distributors also in Japan and the U.S. since the brand made its first presentation to the trade at the last OutDoor show in Friedrichshafen. Naglev shoes have a special construction. The liner of the one-piece upper is made of wool and treated with Kevlar. The insole contains coconut fiber and the sole is made with natural rubber. The Morlins' company, Calceus first launched the shoe for sale to final consumers exclusively through its web store last March, but it was not successful.