Hello, Thanks for choosing Justanswer.com! I look forward to helping you with legal information today. Is this the case of Grabowski v. Skechers U.S.A., Inc., No. 3:12-cv-00204 (W.D. Ky.)?
I believe so
Hi, okay thanks.
With regard to what shoes qualify, “Eligible Shoes” means the Skechers’ footwear in the following toning footwear lines: Shape-ups rocker bottom shoes (“Shape-ups”), the Resistance Runner rocker bottom shoes (“Resistance Runner”), Shape-ups Toners/Trainers, and Tone-ups with podded outsoles (“Podded Sole Shoes”) and Tone-ups non-podded sandals, boots, clogs, trainers (“Tone-ups (Non-Podded Sole)”) purchased as new by Class Members from August 1, 2008, until and including August 13, 2012.
What is a podded shoe?
It is the type of sole the show has.
The sole looks like it has little pods on them.
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That image did not come through. Here is a picture of a podded sole:
Notice the yellow pods on the bottom.
And this would be a non-podded sole:
OK, thanks. Not what I thought pods were, but good for me because I have sandles too. Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX my question.
Awesome. Hope you didn't get injured because of them though!
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Thanks...no injuries, but I love these shoes. I'm on my feet all day and these are the most comfortable shoes I have ever owned, which is why I own so many. Getting paid for wearing them is even better!!
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