Amherst, Massachusetts - OrthoLite, a producer of open-cell foam insoles, has partnered with shoe maker Timberland to incorporate its X-40 insole technology into the outdoor brand's versatile Radler Camp series.
OrthoLite said in a 8 Dec news release that from spring 2012, OrthoLite insoles will be incorporated into the Radler Camp Boat Moc, followed by the traditional Radler Camp Moc in autumn 2012.
"We are excited to launch OrthoLite technology in the Timberland Radler Camp series," said Pamela Gelsomini, OrthoLite President. "This partnership couples Timberland's reputation for premium products with OrthoLite's groundbreaking insole technology."
OrthoLite of Amherst, Massachusetts, said its insoles offered "breathability, moisture control, anti-microbial properties and long term cushioning."
The company also announced a business expansion to Indonesia with the Boo Young Company. Boo Young will manufacture and ship OrthoLite insoles for local shoe factory production in Indonesia. OrthoLite currently has manufacturing partners to service customers already in China, Vietnam, and Korea.