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Ortolab – Sweden’s largest producer of moulded insoles

Ortolab is the largest manufacturer of individual orthopedic insoles in Sweden, with our products and services available in all parts of the country. We use advanced technology and unique materials that enhance the natural movement of the foot to stabilize and cushion shock. This reduces the risk of strain injuries and the rehabilitation time of prior injuries.

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For all feet

and all people

HOW IT WORKS

Our unique insoles

Ortolab's insoles reduce the risk of strain injuries and the rehabilitation time if you have a pre-existing injury. The combination of comfort and function makes our insoles unique.

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Our products

For more than 20 years, Ortolab has delivered fully moulded orthopedic insoles to hundreds of thousands of satisfied users. Read about our products.

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PRODUCTION

Made in Norrland

Ortolab's insoles are manufactured in Rundvik in Västerbotten, northern Sweden. The production process uses advanced technology, orthopedic know-how and exceptional craftsmanship.

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The process

Visit one of our partnered stores or book an appointment at one of Ortolab's licensed clinics. During your visit, your feet will be examined and analyzed by a specially trained orthopedic technician/physiotherapist, who also creates a model of your feet using a 3D/iPad scanner. Once the insole has been produced, it will be sheared and fitted to your shoes. After just over a week, your insoles will be ready.

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Ortolab’s iPad 3D scanner 00:36

New! Ortolab’s new 3D scanner for iPad in action.

Inner workings of our insoles 1:05

How Ortolab’s unique insoles work.

ORTOLAB’S
SUCCESS
FACTORS

Advanced technology, orthopedic know-how, unique materials, solid craftsmanship. Our recipe for success.

Our story

Knowledge and research

Qualified craftmanship combined with advanced technology

Unique materials

Highly talented employees

Extremly satisfied customers and patients