I recently went to Colorado for a really fun girls weekend. A sweet friend lives out there near the Roxborough State Park, and invited housewives from all over the U.S. We had so much fun. My favorite part was when 5 of us women went hiking in the mountains of the state park.
The scenery was incredible. I am so glad I brought my favorite sneekers along. I've had a few different brands of the tone and fit type sneeker and the pair I picked while packing for this trip is my most comfortable pair, the Reebok Easy tone.
These are the ones I pick whenever I know I will be walking for a long period of time. They start comfortable and stay comfortable. We hiked all the way up to the top of this cliff.
Someone had built a look out tower up there and it was pretty awesome. More about that later.
I recently read that there is a class action suit against Reebok for possible violations of some state laws regarding the marketing or sale of toning shoes and apparel.
If you purchased certain Reebok toning shoes or apparel between December 5 2008 and October 12, 2011 you may be eligible to receive payment from a class action suit. This is a class action suit.
Personally, I love my Easy Tone sneekers.
I have very difficult feet and yet these Reebok Easy tones work well for me.
The eligible shoes in this settlement are: Easy Tone, Run Tone, Jump Tone, Slim Tone, Train Tone, simply Tone and Easy Tone Flip.
The eligible apparel are: Easy Tone Capri,Easy tone shorts, Pants, Sleeveless shirt, Easy tone Long Bra Top and Easy Tone Short Sleeve top.
So If you purchased any of these in the last 3 years ( Dec 5, 2008 to Oct 12, 2011 ) you may be eligible to receive money back!
Reebok denies any wrongdoing. The court did not decide. The parties have decided to settle.
The toll free number is 1 888-398-5389