The FTC said the company used "over-hyped advertising claims" to market its EasyTone shoes, claiming in one TV ad that they tone "your butt up to 28 percent more than regular sneakers, just by walking." When the FTC challenged Reebok to prove its claims, the company could not. That is not surprising, because the statistics are simply baloney.
Not only is this good news for those who bought into the Reebok toning shoe fantasy at $80 to $100 a pop, but also for the people who have been seriously injured by these shoes and have filed legal action to be compensated for their medical expenses and other losses. These lawsuits target not only Reebok but also other so called wellness, shape up or rocker-bottom shoes such as Skechers Shape-ups.
Those who have been duped and injured by toning shoes should do the following:
If you purchased Reebok's, click here to apply for your Reebok refund.
No matter what brand of shoe you purchased, if you have suffered an injury of any nature, we implore you to report the injury to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. The process is simple - click here: https://www.cpsc.gov/cgibin/incident.aspx
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