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Reebok is launching its first line of adaptive footwear, developed in collaboration with Zappos Adaptive. The Reebok Fit to Fit collection includes features like zippers, heel pull tabs, extra wide options, removable sock liners and low-cut designs for enhanced accessibility. To create the shoes, Reebok enlisted the help of people with disabilities, medical professionals and others. Learn more at

All Dolled Up

Focused on diversity and inclusion, Mattel’s 2022 Fashionista line includes the first Barbie with a behind- the-ear hearing aid as well as a Barbie with a prosthetic leg, a Ken doll with vitiligo and Barbie and Ken dolls with a variety of body shapes and hair textures. The Fashionista 2022 lineup is available in stores now.

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