Nike Air Max 90 Premium
BEAVERTON, OREGON -- After only three months of wearing, plus a few more months keeping them in the box, the shoe's rubber outsole ruptured and the midsole cracked. Not being from the States, Nike just doesn't care and their ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 02/14/2014
Nike claims process
My son has been a Nike customer for years. As an athlete he has always worn Nike. We purchased a pair of Nike Free 3.0 running shoes for him in April and by mid May the shoes gave out. Mesh tore away ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 05/19/2011
Nike Defected Product
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA -- My Nike shoe fell apart after using it only about 10 times; wrote to Nike and send pictures.
Nike's wrote back saying their return guidelines will not accept DEFECTED products beyond 2 years from the ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 05/22/2012
Class Action Suit On Nike Air
I have more shoes than I need. I buy shoes on sale and keep them nice rotating them to keep them fresh. That means that some of my shoes may be 8 years old but look brand new. Nike Air shoes decide ... read full review6 Replies - Latest reply on 10/13/2013
TAMPA, FLORIDA -- I saw that I'm not alone with this issue. Nike Air Max shoe I watched it have sole wear extremely quicky and after only 3 months it developed a hole in the air pad. I have owned different shoes which cost only about 55-60 bux which are 2-3 years old and I run on them 3-4 times more and still have plenty of sole. This model I think might be recalled or has serious flaws in the sole rubber.
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It also has a very thin rubber sole to begin with and is poorly designed. Their customer service is horrible. First time after 15 years of buying their products I had to spend 27 bucks to ship it just to have it shipped back.. and not even with packing materials.
I'd figure for a 180 dollar shoe you'd have it last more than 3 months. This could be what pushes me to buy Reebok products in the future.
NIKE No More!! Very poor product and service. I purchased a pair of tennis shoes for my 10 yr old son 10 months ago. He wore them for cross country team at school. Being at the fifth grade level, that ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 06/30/2010
Should I Shrink Myself?
KOTA KINABALU, SABAH -- I bought a sports bra just 3/4 days ago, on Sunday night (Mac 7th). I hadn't even thought of trying it on before purchasing and to only find out that it won't fit when I finally put it on this evening ... read full review6 Replies - Latest reply on 03/11/2010
Poor Quality Product
I have been a long time user of Nike Air shoes. I have to say that they are generally a well engineered and comfortable shoe providing plenty of foot protection.
However, it is clear that there are ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 05/26/2013
Defective Nike Shoes
PENNSYLVANIA -- After less then 3 months I noticed that both of my shoes are splitting in the same place. I notified NIKE. They informed me that I have to ship the shoes back to them. So I packed them in the original ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 07/05/2013
I purchased a pair of black Nike Shoxs and wore them occasionally (2-3 times per month) over a 9 month period- causal wear. When I noticed the that the cloth on both of the shoes was beginning to turn ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 11/20/2011
NIKE Customer Support
A couple of years ago I purchased a pair of Nike Air shoes. After several months they went to squeaking when I walked. Embarrassing to say the least. They were regulated to $60.00 yard shoes. Eight months ... read full review6 Replies - Latest reply on 07/17/2013
Just received my decision letter from Nike stating that the sole seperation of my shoe was not a problem that they would fix. Super poor quality and even worse customer service. Will never buy Nike again. 1 Replies - Latest reply on 01/15/2012Add reply
My Nike shoes after 8mo. wear, the soles fell apart. It is a defect of the glue not holding the pieces of the sole together. I sent the shoes to Nike for inspection. There finding was excess outer sole wear, no defect in material or manufacture. Soles were like new, it was just the glue that they used that was defective. I learned my lesson with Nike. 1 Replies - Latest reply on 05/14/2010Add reply