3M Thinsulate Thermal Insoles


3Mâ„¢ Thinsulateâ„¢ Thermal Insoles Enhance User Experience
with True Performance

Designed For Comfort and Made For Warmth

Building on 30 years of bringing innovative solutions to premium outerwear, 3Mâ„¢ Thinsulateâ„¢ Insulation, the brand consumers have relied upon to keep them warm without bulk, introduces 3Mâ„¢ Thinsulateâ„¢ Thermal Insoles, designed for comfort and made to keep feet warm.

Why Thinsulate thermal insoles work?
Thinsulate thermal insoles provide exceptional warmth and comfort thanks to a patented component bonding process, combined with moisture management and odor protection for all types of cold weather footwear, bringing an equivalent of 600-800 grams of warmth underfoot.

What are the benefits of Thinsulate thermal insoles?
Thinsulate thermal insoles provide a quick and easy solution for consumers to enhance the warmth and comfort of their outdoor activity demands with the Thinsulate insulation patented technology. A combination of performance materials provides a multi-layer barrier to help keep feet warm and dry.

How are Thinsulate thermal insoles designed?
Thinsulate thermal insoles are made up of four layers:
1.The top layer is an abrasion resistant fabric, improving durability and containing antimicrobial technology to reduce odor.
2.The second is foot-conforming foam – to provide additional comfort.
3.A third layer made of Thinsulate insulation bonds the comfort layer and bottom layer, providing exceptional warmth.
4.Patented foam in the bottom layer absorbs shock, provides energy return, wicks moisture and includes additional antimicrobial technology to inhibit odor-causing bacteria.

For more information about Thinsulate thermal insoles, visit Thinsulate.com..

From its initial launch in 1978, Thinsulate insulation has become one of the world's most recognized brands in the outerwear, footwear and accessories markets. Thinsulate insulation is the original insulation from 3M that promises warmth without bulk. The Thinsulate brand is an official supplier of the U.S Alpine Ski Team, the U.S. Disabled Ski Team, the Canadian Alpine Ski Team and the Canadian Para-Alpine Ski Team through the 2010 - 2011 race season.

3M and Thinsulate are trademarks of 3M

Contact: Brandan Orsatti
Colleen HarrisCohn & Wolfe for 3M
3M(212) 798-9724
(651) 733-1566Brandan.Orsatti@cohnwolfe.com



3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation is used in your jackets‚ pants‚ gloves‚ hats and boots to help keep you warm when it's cold outside. The unique microfibers or fine fibers that make up Thinsulate insulation work by trapping air molecules between you and the outside. The more ...read more