Fitness Minutes: (7,174)
390 4/26/11 11:12 P
I like my pair. they are very comfortable and I like walking in them. I agree with the sparker who said they are for even surfaces and only good for walking. I feel my calves get a better work out because your foot flexes more.
I don't think any one shoe would make every person happy.
I find them very comfortable for even surfaces, but if you're on an uneven road or sidewalk you can forget it! They're very easy to tip over in. I stick with my Reeboks most of the time.
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Fitness Minutes: (37,000)
4/26/11 9:50 P
i would say no. but, they are comfortable
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Fitness Minutes: (66,181)
7,159 4/26/11 9:46 P
They don't burn more calories, this company that makes the shoes play on people with psychological line they do more than a regular pair of fitted shoes in a running shop.. They are just as expensive as running shoes and have less support- I hated them and they hurt my feet.. I race walk long distance so these shoes are fad shoes to me..
Fitness Minutes: (32,676)
319 4/26/11 8:27 P
I have a pair that Iíve been wearing for over a year now. They are comfortable and are great for walking but not so good for running, dancing (zumba), and other types of exercise. I like them but do NOT believe they burn more calories.
Its what you do that burns calories, not the shoes youíre wearing! :)
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