This post brought to you by Reebok Settlement. All opinions are 100% mine.
You all know I’m into working out and trying to get in shape. That’s why I’ve been doing barre classes–which I think are one of the best workouts ever. However, on the days when I can’t make it to the gym, I put on my Reebok Easy Tones that my MIL gave me to help shape up my butt. My MIL claimed they gave her an amazing workout and she was sore the very next day from using them. Due to an upcoming knee surgery, the doctor advised her not to continue wearing them. So I inherited them.
Well, I wore them and didn’t really feel much of anything. But they were comfortable so I continued to wear them. When we went up to Monterey, they were the only pair of shoes I brought! On accident, of course. I was bummed but it ended up working working out. Well, as it turns out, Reebok is now involved in a class action lawsuit over these shoes. While Reebok is not admitting fault, customers are still eligible to receive part of a settlement. And heck, that’s almost like extra income, right? For complete details, please see below:
If you purchased certain Reebok toning shoes and/or apparel from December 5, 2008 through October 12, 2011, you may be eligible to receive payment from a class action settlement. The lawsuit alleges that Reebok violated certain state laws regarding the marketing and sale of toning shoes and apparel. Reebok denies all wrongdoing. The Court did not decide which side was right. Instead, the parties have decided to settle.
Easy Tone, RunTone, JumpTone, SlimTone, EasyTone Flip, TrainTone, and SimplyTone
EasyTone Capri, EasyTone Shorts, EasyTone Sleeveless Shirt, EasyTone Pants, EasyTone Long Bra Top and EasyTone Short Sleeve Top
Toll free number for more information: 1-888-398-5389
This is a class action settlement.