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Walk tall with new Thinsulate Thermal Insoles

07-06-2011
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Thinsulate Thermal Insoles from 3M are designed to provide comfort while working outdoors.

They are the perfect companion to most types of footwear.

The new insoles not only provide comfort, they can improve productivity.

The proprietary combination of 3M Thinsulate Insulation technology and energy-return performance foams set this insole apart by providing exceptional warmth and minimizing shock in every step.

Thinsulate Thermal Insoles are perfect for workers who are exposed to cool damp environments, such as muddy worksites or underground mines.

Thinsulate Insulation helps provide warmth by trapping air molecules between you and the outside.

And moisture wicking fabrics control moisture to help keep feet drier.

Foot-conforming foams absorb shock and provide additional comfort, while antimicrobial technology inhibits odour-causing bacteria.

Thinsulate Thermal Insoles are available in four sizes and can be cut down for maximum comfort.

3M Australia Pty Ltd
Ph: 136 136
www.3m.com.au

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