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    Wait I need some shoes like that!

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    ROFL

    Quote Originally Posted by bjnicholson
    Do they come in industrial strength? :roll:

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    good for you ... got to make you feel good.. now ladys we need to go toghter to get our shoes so we can get them at wholesale lol

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    I could use those - I have curves too but they are all over the place!

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    Well...you Go GIRL! Now, I gotta go shoe shopping :wink:

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    What a perk!

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    Hi from another Charli. I'd for sure, mark that day on your calendar if I were you! I remember being carded for alcohol when I was thirty-eight. I gave that little waitress a BIG tip! :-)

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    I have several pairs I wear to work all the time. My feet are not sore at the end of the day.

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    What do you call the opposite of curves, have a bunch.

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    I'm not going to buy shoes -- now where does this guy live?

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    I use them at work. Haven't really noticed much of a difference in my shape, but my feet don't hurt after being on them for 14 hours!

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    Congrats on the fabulous compliment!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickie612
    What do you call the opposite of curves, have a bunch.
    You still have curves, they just go another direction, just like mine.
    BTW, Dr Shoals(??) has a version too, I saw them at Walmart. $30-40 vs $60+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlee
    I got these at Burlington Coat Factory...and I had my doubts about how effective they would be, but you can feel it when you walk! They do take some getting used to!

    They're made by Sketcher.
    i have a pair and they work!! it snowed and i haven't been out of the house since christmas eve, well my back was hurting really bad. went to wal-mart, put on my shape-ups and my back stopped hurting!!i guess i need to wear them some every day!!

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    I have a pair but until the past couple of days, I haven't spent enough time on my feet to make a difference! Too much time at the sewing machine, if you know what I mean! :) The past couple of days though have been a good workout!

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    Me too...I want some of those shoes... :-P

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    Bet your DH felt very proud!

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    I have a shape!!!! It's called round!!

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    I love my shape-up's.

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    just ran out and got some on sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilter7x
    :lol: You go Charlee! :lol:

    I'm going to have to investigate these shoes! I have a "shape", but it's got more curves than it used to. :?
    I have a shape too! Pear is a shape. LOL

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    I love mine, they feel wonderful on my feet. My DH had me try some on when he bought his. I wanted some right then. It was about a week or so later when we went back to get a pair for me. Found one pair that was on sale. Had tried a cheaper pair at walmart and there was no comparison to the sketchers. I definitely recomend them.

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    I'm running out and buying stock in shape ups....I'm sure everyone on this board will be buying a pair....It's also good for a husband to hear a compliment to his wife from some one else..gets him thinking.....go girl......i know, your out there running up and down the sidewalk.....i would be...lol....

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    Go Girl!!!
    Hopefully your hubby will sit up and take notice.
    I'm 63. I am now what my girlfriend describes as "fluffy". I haven't had a wolf whistle for about 10 years. It would be nice to have something like that happen now.

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    Now that would be a GREAT ad campaign or commercial. I would email the company, I am sure they would appreciate it.

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    I don't know if they work, but I love mine. My bad knee doesn,t
    hurt near as bad and neither does my lower back. As long as they work for these I will wear them. By the way, the price has gone down about $30 or $40 since I bought my first pair.I would gladly pay the higher price when I need to replace mine!!

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