February 20, 2010
New Year New You Series - Reebok Easy Tones
A few months ago I found out about this really unique site http://www.yourreebok.com/ where you can design your own original pair of sneakers. You can design shoes for men, women or kid's. It allows you to select the type of shoe (supercourt, freestyle, top down, EasyTONE and more). I love how you have the option to change the color of every single part of the shoe such as the tongue, laces, sole, interior lining and more. You would think all these customizations would take forever to be created and delivered, but that's not the case. They take approximately 10 days to arrive from the day you place the order.
Jessie from Reebok offered me the opportunity to create my own EasyTONE Sneakers for review, as they are the hot new item on the market right now. You may have seen their commercials on TV, about making your other body parts jealous because now everyone will be looking at your butt and legs. These shoes will tone your legs and butt muscles just by walking in them. It seems that the secret is in their sole. These shoes have high-tech balance pods that create a slight instability as you walk so your muscles are constantly working to keep you balanced. Toning while just walking around sounds great to me!
I had so much fun creating my own pair of shoes, and even customized it with my initials in the heel loop of the shoe. I am a big fan of the Reebok brand as well as these Reebok Easy Soles, and would love to try out their Reebok Toning Flip Flops this summer so I can continue to tone all year long.
To check out all that Reebok has to offer, or to create your own shoes visit their site!
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