posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 09:02 PM
reply to post by toolstarr
OP, you've taken this way out of proportion.
They're marketing a shoe, whether it's by saying it'll help you run better or what not, they're not trying to say your children are out of
It's a shoe. A shoe.
Should Nike stop selling small shoes for children because they are a "tennis shoe" which equates to "comfortable exercise"?
It is a shoe. It is not a diet pill aimed towards 5 year olds. It is a shoe.
Also, as a previous poster stated, shoes should be the last damn worry about their children, parents should be role models for their children and not
eat fast food and other harmful stuff.
Anyways, as I was saying OP - it is a shoe. Nothing more. What you saw was a average commercial. Videos of little kids exercising in Shape Ups?
What's wrong with little kids exercising and extending your market to them? Maybe they think the shoe will help in gym, be more comfy? There is
absolutely nothing wrong here.