Did you buy Vibram FiveFingers footwear between March 21, 2008 and May 27, 2014? If so, you may be entitled to $50 per pair of shoes with no proof of purchase required. If you plan if claim more than 2 pairs of shoes, then you must provide a proof of purchase with your receipt. The class action lawsuit is based on Vibram false advertisement(allegedly) on FiveFingers footwear posture improvement, injury reduction, and strengthening muscles.
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Eligible Vibram FiveFingers Models:
Alitza, Bikila, Bikila EVO, Bikila EVO WP, Bikila LS, Classic, Classic Smartwool, EL-X, Estrada, Flow, Fresca, Jaya, Komodo Sport, Komodo Sport LS, KMD Sport, KMD Sport LS, KSO, KSO EVO, KSO Trek, Lontra, SeeYa, SeeYa LS, SeeYa LS Night, Signa, Speed, Speed XC, Sprint, Spyridon, Spyridon LS, Spyridon MR, Trek LS, TrekSport, TrekSport Sandal, V-On, and Vybrid Sneak.
Vibram denies all wrongdoing but has agreed to settle the FiveFingers class action lawsuits to avoid the expense and uncertainty of litigation. File your claim online by September 24, 2014 to receive up to $50 per pair of shoes. See our full list of Class Action Lawsuits!