All Those ShapeUp-Style Shoes Are Ripoffs
First, Skechers Shape-Ups were caught in the line of fire, hit with accusations that, in spite of Kim Kardashian's ass, these shoes don't make you skinnier, nor do they give you an ass that won't quit. Seriously, it's been well documented that those shoes with the curved sole really don't do much more than your filthy flip-flops do.
So is it any real surprise that Reebok's ridiculously similar EasyTone shoes don't do what they promise to either? Granted, I'm more inclined to give Reebok the benefit of the doubt than I am a company that puts retractable wheels in their sneakers, but still. I mean, look at the ad. Do you think she has an ass like that from walking to and from the copier at work in goofy shoes? Maybe if she worked in the lobby of the Chrysler Building and the copier was on the roof, but beyond that, these shoes don't do shit other than identify you as someone who clearly wants a better ass.
The FTC agrees with my assertion, declaring that anyone who bought these shoes thinking they would help baby get back is entitled to a refund due to Reebok's misrepresentation of the effects of wearing these shoes.
Now, I can't imagine that many of the men reading this are really customers for these shoes to begin with, but many of JAGT's readers like impressing women, so go ahead and crack an egg of knowledge on a lady and be her (lame) hero. Then offer to hold her thighs while she does lunges.