The company, born in the industrialized Veneto province of Montebelluna in 1973, was founded by the Caberlotto brothers who had created and led Caber before, specialized in the production of ski boots. Sold in 1974 to the American Spalding, it marked the history of Italian and international sport. It was Lotto Sport that captured the attention of personalities from the world of sports such as Dino Zoff, Ruud Gullit and Boris Becker who wore double diamond-shaped shoes.
Lotto, in the management of the founders, reached its peak at the end of the Eighties and then went into a decline that led to a management buy-out operation that took place in time to avoid default. The current president of Lotto, Andrea Tomat guided the consortium of investors and entrepreneurs like Adriano Sartor, Roberto Danieli, Franco Vaccari, Giancarlo Zanatta, to whom Stonefly, Diadora, Nordica, Technique and Dolomite refer.
The constant focus on technology and product innovation, research in terms of advanced and resistant materials, the study of effective solutions to improve comfort and performance, the introduction of cutting-edge construction technologies represent the production philosophy, enriched by the great experience and reliability acquired over the years, of Lotto Works with headquarters in Trevignano (TV), which produces the strictly MADE IN ITALY collection of safety and work shoes. Absolute quality footwear, made in full compliance with the rules on personal protective equipment and with an essential devotion to style and comfort.