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Absolutely destroyed my feet!
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Last summer I purchased a pair of the Adidas Adissage sandals, but I didn't pull them out to wear until this year. When I did, my feet started to hurt until finally I could NOT walk! And even when I did take them off, my feet continued to hurt horribly. I am borderline diabetic & I thought they would stimulate my feet & help with circulation, but they did the opposite. My feet still ache from them. I tried to contact Adidas to find out what I can do since I don't remember where I purchased them & have no receipt. I never heard back from them. At this point, I would just like to get my money back & hope my feet aren't permanently damaged. I'm wondering if anyone else has experience this problem with these sandals. I see this year they have changed them. Thanks for giving us a chance to put things out there like this!

     
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trmn8r on 2011-09-11:
I'm sorry this happened, but if you can't remember where you bought them and you have no receipt there is a slim chance you will get any compensation.

I try to wear footwear for 5-10 minutes, and decide if it will be acceptable - ideally in the store. Often you can tell just in that amount of time. Some footwear hurts my feet badly also.
PepperElf on 2011-09-11:
And in addition to Trm's excellent points... is that you bought it last year.

The manufacturer MIGHT be able to help but it might also be a case of waiting too long to return the item.

Yes I know you didn't wear until a year after you bought it but... return policies start when you purchase, not when you finally decide to use the product.


You may have better luck donating them and saving the receipt for your taxes.
Anonymous on 2011-09-11:
Great review. Very helpful!
trmn8r on 2011-09-11:
And Pepper, there is no return policy to reference because it isn't known where they were purchased!
PepperElf on 2011-09-12:
that too.

I only know of one manufacturer that takes products back directly but... that's because they sell directly vs using retailers.

the OP is better off just donating them to charity for taxes ... although yes that does mean keeping track of the donation receipt.
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Womens socks suck
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These are like disposable socks and they cost more than any sock I have ever purchased.
After about 3-4 wears, every sock has a hole in the toe and when I take them off there
is a lot of black cotton flecks all over my feet. The bottom of the socks are thread bear
after 5-6 wears. I have many socks for a year or more than never get holes in the toes
or wear thin like this. They start out comfortable, but need to be thrown out after a few
weeks of wear. I'll never buy Adidas socks again!
     
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olie on 2011-01-29:
This is "my" brand. (When my kids started stealing my generic white socks, I decided that I would have my own brand, and nobody else could wear "my" brand.)

I prefer the thicker ones to the thinner ones, but I have all kinds. I've never had any problems.

I make sure my nails are clipped short. My feet are a smaller size--my daughters wear size 9 and 10, so their socks have to stretch; this may lead to holes.
Anonymous on 2011-01-29:
Oddly enough, I've had the same problem with various types of men's Adidas socks. I usually get holes or rips near the heel/ankle area. Your thread makes me think I'm not alone and that this could be a trend of a poor quality product. Good review!
Anonymous on 2011-01-29:
olie, I think you have a point about the nails. I once wore a hole right through a pair of cashmere socks that I loved--because of a chip on one of my nails that I hadn't noticed. Ugh!
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