The First Puncture-Resistant Orthotic Insoles, Designed To Reduce Injuries And Provide Comfort To Construction Workers

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The first puncture-resistant orthotic insole, designed to reduce injuries and provide comfort to construction workers is being sold now by Rhino Tuff, Inc.

Puncture-resistant, supportive insoles are now available for construction workers with the introduction of the Puncture-Resistant Orthotic Insole from Rhino Tuff, Inc. This insole meets and exceeds the minimum force resistance of 270 pounds as specified in ANSI-Z41-1999 to provide excellent protection from sharp objects and is the only puncture resistant orthotic insole accepted by Cal-OSHA. The Rhino Tuff insole takes protection one-step further and provides the added benefit of a support system for all day comfort.

“Our insoles eliminate the excruciating foot pain and lost work days experienced by workers who step on a nail,” said Ron Blackburn, president of Rhino Tuff, Inc. “We also believe our insoles will save employers time and money by reducing on the job foot injuries.”

The Puncture-Resistant Orthotic Insole is designed specifically for people who work around sharp objects and spend extended periods of time standing or walking at their workplace. Each insole is made of puncture-resistant, flexible, stainless spring steel, which allows the wearer to feel narrow boards or ladder rungs underneath their feet. The orthotic supports provide comfort unmatched by normal shoe and boot insoles. Each insole is covered with a hypoallergenic lining, which reduces unwanted odors and bacteria growth. The support system incorporated in the insole is designed to reduce fatigue, lower back pain and increase shock absorption reducing joint trauma.

Call (760) 578-6192 or visit to find out more about our insole.

Rhino Tuff, Inc is a private manufacturing enterprise based in San Diego, California. Rhino Tuff specializes in the design and development of puncture-resistant insoles. Rhino Tuff is striving to help reduce the amount of foot injuries that occur each year.

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