Pascucci's name became very well known in Italy during the Seventies as a moccasin maker, and this fame from the beginning of the Eighties spreaded outside the Italian borders.
In a few years foreign customers absorbed almost 90% of the whole Pascucci production.
At the end of the nineties Pascucci decided to widen the collection not only to moccasin but also to ballerinas, boots and half boots and other kinds of women'shoes.
Whilst most of other shoe factories decided to move or to outsource abroad, Pascucci keeps Italian shoes craftmanship tradition high.
Buying Italian raw materials, with an accurate choice of leather for the uppers, using leather for heel and soles, and making all the hand crafted operations (in some articles more than 100%) in Italy.