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Skechers Toning Shoes Risk for Injuries Falls Reports Might Fit Review

Posted on Dec 14, 2010
The Might Fit Review, a well respected fitness blog, determines that toning shoes like Skechers are not worth the risk they pose for falls and risks to ankle, hip and knee joints:

"My concern along the lines of podiatry is that the footbed provides no structure, so if you have issues like hyperpronation or supination, these shoes could be very bad. Furthermore, the soft, deep footbed leaves all the joints balancing on it unsupported, which spells trouble for any existing issues with foot, ankle, knee and hip joints. I have a kinky knee, and I reach for my neoprene brace for walks in these shoes. Because of these issues, these shoes cannot be worn for long periods and should absolutely not become your everyday footwear."

If you have suffered an injury as the result of wearing toning shoes such as Skechers Shape-Ups, you should contact an attorney immediately.

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