The FTC Is Not Impressed by the Buttocks of Reebok Customers

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - FEBRUARY 22: Actress Eva Mendes shows off her assets sporting the latest footwear and apparel from Reebok's toning collection on February 22, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California. EasyTone pants, capri pants and shorts are designed to help tone the hamstring, quadriceps and butt muscles with every step, and EasyTone upper body apparel, which includes long bra styles and short-sleeved and sleeveless shirts, is designed to help tone key upper body muscles and promote greater postural alignment. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Reebok) *** Local Caption *** Eva Mendes Photo: Christopher Polk/2011 Getty Images

They've announced that the company has agreed to a settlement of $25 million, payable to customers who bought its RunTone and EasyTone shoes, which Reebok advertised for their ability to tone and shape posteriors. Reebok isn't ready to back down on its backside claims, though: "Settling does not mean we agreed with the FTC's allegation; we do not." We can only imagine what sort of evidence might have been submitted at trial. [CNN Money]