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Merrell to expand number of shoes OrthoLite insoles
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Feb '08
OrthoLite, the leader of open cell foam insoles, has partnered with Merrell to incorporate its proprietary insoles into more than 100 footwear styles. By early 2008, Merrell will expand the number of shoes OrthoLite insoles throughout most of their line; raising the bar of comfort and performance by millions of pairs.

In addition, Merrell will introduce a new line of aftermarket insoles to offer customers additional comfort with OrthoLite technology.

The new insoles will contain all the benefits of traditional OrthoLite foams, such as long- lasting cushioning and moisture wicking for an optimal in-shoe environment. Additionally, the new insoles will offer a wider variety of size options to create a better fit.

"When looking for the best way to provide customers with a high-quality insole, the decision to partner with OrthoLite was easy," said Yahn Lebo, strategic business unit manager for Outventure, Merrell.

"No other insole is able to provide the balance of anti-odor properties, breathability, moisture wicking and long-lasting comfort to our customers."

"Merrell's long history of creating quality performance footwear combined with OrthoLite's customized technology and benefits will offer outdoor enthusiasts an enhanced level of comfort." said Glenn Barrett, OrthoLite CEO.

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