This month’s giveaway is sponsored by OrthoLite, a maker of performance insoles found in many athletic shoes. According to the company’s website, each year, over 100 million pairs of athletic and outdoor shoes are built with OrthoLite as their insole technology. In March I was supplied with a free pair of OrthoLite’s performance insole, the Fusion, for a product review. You can read all about the OrthoLite Fusion here. In addition, the company agreed to help me out with this month’s giveaway by providing 3 pairs of these insoles.
3 winners will be chosen to each receive 1 pair of OrthoLite Fusion Insoles ($20 value).
OrthoLite Fusion Insole
US residents only.
Entry begins at 12:01 am (EST) on 4/25/2012, ends at 12:01 am on 5/03/1012.
Each entry will be verified to ensure fairness.
Mandatory entries will be strictly enforced. You must leave a comment below, “like” OrthoLite on Facebook, and follow @OrthoLite on Twitter first, then click the widget below to submit entry.
Invalid entries will be removed without notice.
I will pick 3 winners by 5/8/2012 with the widget Rafflecopter.
Winners will be announced in a separate blog post on this site in the following week. I will also attempt to contact winners individually.
Within 3 days of the announcement post, the winners will be required to fill out my giveaway claim form (the link will be emailed to winners) so I can organize contact and sizing info. I will pick a new winner if a claim form isn’t submitted within this time.
Winner’s info will be submitted to OrthoLite. Prizes will be mailed out by OrthoLite.
Rules may be modified. The changes will be noted at the end of this post.
I strongly believe in honesty and transparency. I’d like everyone to know that all opinions expressed here are personal. I have not received any compensation, other than one test sample for review, from Ortholite.
Author Bio: Kevin Lu is an engineer. He received his B.S. and M.S. in biomedical engineering from NJIT. Science, technology, and running are Kevin’s passions. In his spare time, Kevin trains for races of various distances. In addition to Beyond Distance, Kevin also writes for iRunnerBlog as a columnist. Find out more about Kevin here and follow him on Twitter.