Hey there! I'm late to the party on this one, but I have a pair of EasyTone shoes. I don't feel like my legs are working much harder when I wear them, but they are very comfortable shoes! I have felt a small amount of difference after wearing them for a day. I think part of why I don't feel much is because I've always had really strong legs. I will say though I don't think I've ever owned a pair of more comfortable everyday tennis shoes. I hope this helps.
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I have the FitFlops. I bought them because I was completely skeptical. But they work. I never thought I would feel my muscles work and feel sore because of a pair of shoes, but I did. I didn't get the sweaty feet.
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I tried FitFlops and was not impressed. They do feel like they are making your muscles work harder, but the material they are made from makes your feet sweat like no other flip flops I've EVER owned! Like, to the point that your foot slides around when you walk. I don't think they are worth the money.
I also would LOVE to hear anyone's opinion on Reebok EasyTone and/or Sketchers ShapeUps shoes. I was thinking of asking my mom for one of these for my birthday in February. I do a significant amount of walking just doing my daily activities, so if these shoes really do help tone muscles, I'd love to get a pair.
Does anyone have any of these supposed toning new shoes? Do they really work? I know they'll never be able to replace working out, but if they help tone when I'm just walking around, etc I might try them. Any info would be greatly appreciated!
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