How To Get Money Back For Skechers, In Lieu Of A Tight Butt

Eight months after Reebok agreed to pay $25 million to customers who bought toning shoes that don’t actually tighten butts, Skechers has pulled out its checkbook. The Los Angeles Times reports that the company has agreed to pay $40 million to hopeful consumers who bought rocker-bottom shoes in the hope of having a booty like Kim Kardashian. How to collect? Go to and fill out online forms. The Times reports that anyone who bought Shape-Up shoes, Resistance Runners, Tone-ups or Toners is entitled to a partial refund whether they have proof of purchase or not. Good luck with that.


  1. Don’t want a refund, and didn’t care if the shoes made my butt tighter or not. Of all the shoes I’ve owned, these have the best arch support I’ve ever had, making them the most comfortable ones I’ve ever worn.

  2. So are u saying more are coming out in 2011 or 2012?

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