Reebok To Pay Settlement Over Health Claims [Headlines]
The brand's claim that wearing their EasyTone line strengthens legs better than with regular sneakers is being challenged.
More dashed hopes for those seeking a perfect derrière — and the once highflying industry of toning shoes and clothing that promotes such ambitions.
Those fancy Reebok sneakers that promise better legs and a better behind “with every step” may be just like every other sneaker, federal regulators said Wednesday, and Reebok International is liable for $25 million in customer refunds for making false claims about its EasyTone line. New York Times
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