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Court: Company Lied About Health Benefits Of Finger Shoes

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Court: Company Lied About Health Benefits Of Finger Shoes

Vibram USA, the maker of popular running footwear known as finger shoes with individual pockets for each toe, has agreed to pay $3.75 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging that the company lied to consumers about the health benefits of the shoes. What do you think?

  • “You mean the ability to run better has been inside me all along?”

    John Frazen
    Unemployed
  • “Let that be an immediately forgotten lesson to American consumers.”

    Margie Tingle
    Bake Sale Adviser
  • “The number of babes I bagged because of finger shoes is all the cash settlement I need.”

    George Swensen
    Canon Printer Repairer

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