inside insoles

Harvey, Emmaline
June 2009
SGB;Summer2009, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p82
Trade Publication
The article reports that insole manufacturing companies are using advanced technology to attract customers. It mentions that the decline in consumer spending has forced companies to produce new products with customizable features. Insulation manager at the company Thinsulate Jeffery J. Gunia opines that the ongoing financial crises has shifted consumer spending on less expensive products and states that consumers are unwilling to compromise on technology and innovation.


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