Skechers_BreastCancerShoe_1.jpgMillions of lives everywhere are affected by breast cancer; it affects women regardless of the lifetsyle they lead, what age they are,  and what social class they fit into. Spreading information and awareness about the disease goes a long way in the prevention of treatment of breast cancer. Skechers, which was recently celebrated because of their revolutionary Shape-Up shoes, is coming up with a limited edition shoe to support Breast Cancer Awareness.

The Skechers Shape-Up shoe is a revolutionary new product that promotes wellness and a healthier lifestyle. Its innovative technology has a number of proven benefits such as weight loss, body toning, improvement of posture, and the reduction of stress on knees and ankle joints. In addition, the shoes are made to be so comfortable it almost feels like you are walking on pillows.

These Limited Edition Skechers were created to support and celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month this October. The iconic pink ribbon is featured on the show - a symbol of the company's support of the fight against breast cancer.  For every pair of these limited edition Skechers bought, ten dollars will be given to I Can Serve Foundation, an organisation that advocates breast cancer awareness for early detection and prevention.

Support this fashion advocacy! Help save women's lives and benefit from a healthier lifestyle with Sketchers Shape-Ups.

Skechers Limited Edition Shape-Ups Awareness are available in the following Skechers stores: TriNoma, Glorietta 5, Market! Market!, Festival Supermall, Marquee Mall, Ayala Center Cebu as well as top department stores.



(Photo courtesy of Skechers)

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