The raw materials necessary for the production cycle are composed of two main groups: fabrics for coating and coagulation, and polyurethane chemical components. The fabrics are purchased raw, then treated according to the physical, mechanical, and aesthetic characteristics that the finished product must have. The fabrics used for the coagulation process, once covered with polyurethane resin, are the core

of the finished product. Generally footwear. The fabrics treated with coating are the reverse side of the final article; in this case, we are talking about leather or clothing articles. The processes that the fabrics undergo are chemical based, specifically polyurethane resins and granules studied ad hoc for each product that observe high level principles of style and quality.

Leather Goods

The leather industry is a source of pride for Gommatex; with many years of experience working alongside big names of Italian fashion and not only that, the Tuscan company provides the highest quality products made ​​always with the latest production technologies. Items are properly processed and treated in full respect of the environment, these products are intended for handbags and small leather goods in general; all items can be embellished with innovative techniques of printing and laminating.


The fabrics for clothing in polyurethane and synthetic materials are more and more widespread thanks to their sustainability, quality, and inexpensiveness characteristics. Gommatex follows a sustainable production policy because it is eco-friendly, qualitatively valid, resistant to wear, and careful in limiting waste because it exploits at best the industrial processes, sensibly reducing production cost.


The footwear fabrics are mainly synthetic. This for two reasons: they are less expensive and technically excellent. When we talk about fabrics for footwear, we talk about lining: polyurethane (the most precious and requested) with support in nonwoven fabric that makes it more versatile in terms of finishing, or coagulated. There are also semi-polyurethane, suitable for an open shoe that does not require high breathability qualities.


Synthetic furnishing fabrics can be polyurethane, semi-polyurethane, and PVC. These types of fabrics can be used for special productions that give specific characteristics to the product, such as resistance to abrasion and fire-resistant properties. This allows the creation of products specifically suitable for the furnishing of public places and means of transport.