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New Auri Shoes with ground-breaking comfort standards
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Apr '08
Outlast Technologies, the pioneer in temperature regulating technology, announces that new licensee Auri Footwear has launched an innovative line of men's contemporary footwear with Outlast temperature regulation.

The Auri collection of men's contemporary footwear includes boots, sport fusion and dress shoes with Outlast quarter and vamp lining for temperature regulation.

Ori Rosenbaum, president of Auri Footwear commented, “What makes Auri Footwear unique is our unification of chic style and next level technologies.

By incorporating the Outlast temperature regulation technology into our multi-zoned linings we can offer unmatched comfort to complement the contemporary materials and designs”.

Greg Roda, president of Outlast Technologies added, “Outlast technology absorbs excess heat to keep your feet drier and more comfortable, a key benefit for footwear”.

Features include:
- Outlast quarter and vamp lining for temperature regulation
- Moisture wicking and antimicrobial features
- Dri-Lex Ultimate suede lined removable anatomical footbed with polyurethane construction for comfort, full TPU heel to midfoot stablilizer to reduce fatigue and add support to the arch, SEBS GEL forefoot and heel.

The Auri “Mayhem” sport fusion shoe with Outlast temperature regulating technology features a high abrasion rubber outsole based on an independent suspension system.

The Auri “Ladies Man” dress shoe with Outlast technology has a 1.2mm Texon board lasted with strategic flex grooves built in for maximum flexibility and a patented pending cored out heel system to allow the outsole and footbed to function as a cushioning/support system.

HOW DOES OUTLAST TECHNOLOGY WORK?
Outlast technology continuously absorbs excess body heat and releases it to maintain a more constant body temperature. It acts as a buffer against extreme temperatures that build up inside footwear, thereby reducing sweat and keeping your feet dry and comfortable.

Outlast Technologies


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