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OrthoLite Fusion Review

Ever get a pair of shoes, and they had poorly made insoles in them, and this ended up causing problems with your feet? We had this problem with my husband, we ended up purchasing shoes from Payless, and the insoles of these shoes did not match the arches in his feet. This caused his arch in the one foot to collapse. Working on concrete floors with a collapse arch is not fun.

After over a year of working with a collapse arch, I talked my husband into going to see the foot doctor. Doctor looked, seen the damage, this damage is not repairable. Will we purchase payless shoes again, NO!

Now we have to purchase hard insoles every 6 months or so, these run about $40 a pair, or we can purchase a permanent one that will run over $300 dollars.

I wanted to check out a product called OrthoLite, these insoles are supposed to be some of the best you can get.

picture of an ortholite insoleAbout Ortholite:

Originally founded in 1997, OrthoLite is the world’s leading supplier of open cell foam insoles in the performance and footwear category. We are found in virtually every major brand footwear company, including Asics, Nike, Adidas, New Balance, Clarks, Dr. Marten’s, Saucony, Timberland and Rockport. In addition to shoe insoles and linings, our foam’s superior product functionality can be used in clothing, sporting equipment, backpacks and furniture. Read More About OrthoLite


  • Breathable for a cooler foot
  • Moisture management
  • Long term cushioning
  • Anti-microbial agents
  • Lightweight
  • Recycled rubber content
  • Washable
  • OrthoLite supports the sports
  • Comfort guarantee

I knew these insoles were not going to help with my husband’s foot issue, but they would give him more comfort when he worked.

Our Opinion:

At first, my husband was a bit unsure if these was going to hold up, as I stated before these was not going to replace the hard insoles he has to purchase every 6 months, these are simply to give him more comfort.

He has been wearing them for about a week now, and so far so good. He said they are a lot more comfortable then the regular insoles he has to wear in his shoe. He currently has 2 different kinds of insoles in his shoe, and has no issue with them.

These insoles are lightweight, and help give your feet a bit more cushion then the normal insoles you would get from the cheap shoes. I have seen the insoles in the cheaper shoes, after normal walking the insoles are paper-thin.


You can purchase OrthoLite Insoles on Amazon for $19.99

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Disclaimer: We received a pair of these insoles for review purposes only, and this is our honest opinion, others may vary.

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Jammie is of Native American descent, she has family from the Ojibway/Chippewa tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She was born and raised in Michigan, where she later moved to Tennessee with her husband and daughter. Jammie and her husband home school their daughter, and enjoy doing many things together as a family. Some of those activities include geocaching, hiking, fishing, playing games together as a family, and just being silly with their daughter. Jammie is Owner of The Neat Things in Life. For more information visit on Google+.

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