Amherst, MA (December 8, 2011) – OrthoLite®, the leader of open cell foam insoles, has partnered with Timberland to incorporate its X-40 insole technology into the outdoor brand’s versatile Radler Camp series. Beginning Spring 2012, OrthoLite insoles will be incorporated into the Radler Camp Boat Moc, followed by the traditional Radler Camp Moc in Fall 2012.
First introduced in Fall 2011, the Radler Camp collection reflects the ultimate in packability, versatility, and comfort. The unisex shoes feature a deconstructed ripstop upper that’s treated for water-resistance, a Green RubberTM outsole made with 42 percent recycled rubber, and a minimalist design that zips into itself and clips to a pack for convenience.
With the inclusion of OrthoLite, Timberland® Radler Camp shoes will feature the unparalleled benefits of OrthoLite performance, including breathability, moisture control, anti-microbial properties and long-term cushioning. Furthermore, OrthoLite’s X-40 High Rebound line offers an advanced foam insole to use in high impact sports applications and has an elasticity rating of more than 40 percent.
“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.”
“When looking to enhance the comfort level of our Radler Camp line, OrthoLite was an easy choice,” said Gregg Duffy, Senior Director of Performance Footwear for Timberland. “OrthoLite X-40 technology is the perfect foam for this minimal footwear; outdoor enthusiasts are certain to appreciate the great bounce and resilience this insole has to offer, whether they’re settling in at the campsite after a long hike, or just wearing them around town.”
Timberland® footwear is available at the company’s own specialty retail stores, outdoor and sporting goods retailers nationwide and by visiting www.timberland.com.
OrthoLite expands to Indonesia
In addition, OrthoLite is proud to announce 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. With manufacturing partners to service their customers already in China, Vietnam, and Korea, the expansion to Indonesia is the next step for OrthoLite to offer their customers the highest quality materials, with shorter lead- times, all over Asia.
About OrthoLite: OrthoLite, headquartered in Amherst, Mass., is the world’s leading supplier of open cell foam insoles found in more than 100 million shoes each year including, Asics, New Balance, Merrell, Nike, Puma, Vans, and Timberland. OrthoLite combines polyurethane and recycled rubber to provide superior cushioning, comfort, breathability and durability. OrthoLite insoles can now be purchased through a partnership with Amazon. For every pair of insoles sold, OrthoLite will donate $1 to the Level Field Fund, a grant-giving program that strives to bridge gaps in funding to uniquely talented athletes. To purchase insoles or for more information, please visit www.ortholite.com.
About Timberland: Timberland, a wholly owned subsidiary of VF Corporation, is a global leader in the design, engineering, and marketing of premium-quality footwear, apparel and accessories for consumers who value the outdoors and their time in it. Timberland markets products under the Timberland®, Timberland PRO®, Mountain Athletics®, Timberland Boot Company® and howies® brands, all of which offer quality workmanship and detailing and are built to withstand the elements of nature. The company’s products can be found in leading department and specialty stores as well as Timberland® retail stores throughout North America, Europe, Asia, Latin America, South America, South Africa, and the Middle East. Timberland’s dedication to making quality products is matched by the company’s commitment to “doing well and doing good”–forging powerful partnerships among employees, consumers and service partners to transform the communities in which they live and work. To learn more about Timberland, please visit www.timberland.com.