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In February last year, Aetrex, known for its traditionally made insole and footwear consumer products, launched its custom 3D printed orthotic program line in partnership with EOS. Just this month, the company launched its thinnest 3D printed orthotic yet – made specifically for shoes that do not have removable insoles or have very little removable depth.
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The insoles are 0.82″ thin, with a forefoot that is 3.5mm thick and a top cover made with soft microfiber material (that provides moisture control), and are positioned as best suited for dress shoes, loafers, cleats etc. The polyurethane (Aerocell, for high energy return) insoles include Aetrex Arch Support, with a posted and cupped heel for rear foot balance and control, that not only help address common foot pain issues such as plantar fasciitis, arch pain, and metatarsalgia but also helps align the back and gait as needed. The insoles are available as a neutral orthotic option, and with a metatarsal pad for support if required and are shipped within days of the foot scan.
The company’s Albert foot scanner isn’t the first time it has pioneered the use of scanning in footwear. As long back as 2002, …
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