SOLS introduces "The Evolution of Movement" as a precursor to its newest consumer product launch: ExoSOLS, engineered to provide relief for foot, back and ankle pain.

Jan 21, 2016, 09:10 ET from SOLS

NEW YORK, Jan. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- SOLS, the company dedicated to creating technology to liberate individuals by making custom, on-demand, body centric and affordable orthotics, today introduced its concept that will redefine the world of orthotics: The Evolution of Movement. 

Over the past two years, SOLS has been relentless in its focus on engineering a solution that is the foundation of pain relief.  ExoSOLS represents the culmination of SOLS' medical expertise, customer knowledge, and its transformative proprietary technology.  ExoSOLS answers the call of over 250 Million Americans who suffer from foot, ankle and back pain by providing custom relief, that's affordable.

Engineered to relieve, align and propel, ExoSOLS offers consumers a respite from pain, while giving them the freedom and hope to stand tall and walk strong.

Visit today to read the entire manifesto and sign up to be one of the first to experience ExoSOLS – at 15% off – before its official February launch.

To experience SOLS first consumer product, SOLSFlex, visit the SOLS showroom, located at 619 West 27th street, or at their retail touch-point, located within the curated editorial pop-up, STORY.  From now and throughout the month of February, SOLS will be prominently featured the FEEL GOOD store concept, which is created to appeal to all the New York revolutionists with its tiered approach of Good Plan (preventative care and where SOLS is located), Good Vibes and Good Eats.  STORY is located at 144 Tenth Ave.


About SOLS 
Founded in July 2013, SOLS is a leader in the 3D printing space and a pioneer of custom mass­manufacturing technology. SOLS combines technology with digital manufacturing to create products that are truly customized and mapped to fit each individual. To date, the company has raised $19.3 million in funding from investors including Lux Capital, Founders Fund, Tenaya Capital and Melo7 Tech Partners. For more information, visit


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