Consumer Complaints and Reviews
I bought a pair of retro Reebok Pump Omni Lyte Dee Brown colorway (black) a while back. At first I was so excited. It looks badass. And back then, when I was young, I always wondered what the Pump was all about. So you could imagine how excited I was to finally buy a pair. Plus it's light. Being a retro revival of a 90s shoe, I was expecting it to feel a bit heavy. But when I played basketball with it, it wasn't. The weight of the Reebok Pump Omni Lite seems comparable to shoes these days that give emphasis on reducing weight.
So anyway, What I am dissatisfied about was the Pump on my shoes. I couldn't easily deflate mine. And at some point, it no longer could deflate. I have a feeling the deflating mechanism got busted. Perhaps I got a sub quality pair? Too bad I couldn't return it... or swap it for a quality pair. :( The shoes look awesome, I just think I got one that has a broken deflate mechanism. Now it's just gathering dust...
I bought a pair of Reebok's. They advertised that they would shape my rear and legs—they lied! I spent way too much. After few months, nothing happened. I donated them to Goodwill!
I paid $100 for a pair of sneakers in which the pod literally deflated after two months of wearing approximately an hour a day. I emailed Reebok directly and got the runaround from various people in their CS department (I can only assume it was various individuals since not one person provided their name, let alone their direct contact information). I manage a CS unit, so I was even more frustrated with their lack of adequate response, it was a lot of repeat lip service. Needless to say, I will never buy a pair of Reebok sneakers again and I have also made sure to share my story with friends.
I purchased Reebok EasyTone sneakers which were fine and worked while doing normal walking, so I decided to wear it all the time. My first time walking down the steps, my ankle rolled because of the air pod on the ball of the foot. I consequently fell down the stairs, tearing the ligaments in my ankle and breaking my fibula. These shoes should come with a warning not to use on stairs. I have been in a cast for over 6 weeks now, not sure how much longer to go. These sneakers are very dangerous!
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