The market for toning shoes fails to shape up
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. But even so, millions of consumers around the world fell for claims that toning shoes would provide more weight loss, and more muscle tone than regular fitness shoes - catapulting the sector to sales of around $1bn in 2010.
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