I purchased a Nike Air about a year ago. Hardly worn it. It's made in China with a Bowerman logo inside the shoe. After several months of being in storage, I have finally started wearing it. After a few months, it got wet. That's when an awfully strong odor emanates from the shoes. It's a real strong, odor (probably toxic?).
3 Replies - Latest reply on 05/25/2011Add reply
I'm pretty sure the odor is not caused by a bad foot odor. I was wondering if anyone else had experienced a similar problem.
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
I am wondering if I am not shopping in the right stores. Does Nike have petite lengths for exercise clothes? I am under 5 '5" as are MANY WOMEN, and I don't feel we are represented in the industry. It's like shopping for pajamas-they're all 6" too long. Since I know that Nike values women consumers, I found this odd. 5 Replies - Latest reply on 10/23/2010Add reply
Drive like the pros!
I am just a hack golfer with a lot of issues with the mechanics of my swing, so I look for every outside advantage I can find. New and improved clubs, flex shafts, etc...
Well, to the average ... read full review18 Replies - Latest reply on 02/08/2012
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
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
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS -- Christmas 2009 I received a pair of Nike tennis shoes after wearing the shoes for 3-4 days the top of both my feet broke out with blister 72 on left foot and 63 on top right. I went to the ER due to the enormous amount of pain and burning. The ER Dr. stated the blister were caused by the chemicals Nike uses in treating there shoes. For 13 weeks I could not wear shoes due to the blisters healing and the blisters have scared both of my feet severely. I took the shoes back to Academy sporting goods were they were purchased I was told an independent co would test the shoes. Academy sent the shoes back to Nike for the testing. I requested the shoes back immediately, Nike refused. After 2 month's Nike contacted me stating they could find no flaw with the shoes and they would send the shoes back to me. Nike and Academy deceived me and I will never wear a Nike shoe again!5 Replies - Latest reply on 08/15/2011Add reply
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
BEAVERTON, OREGON -- To whom it may concern, I have been a loyal customer of nike products for many yearsnow. The quality and style of your product has always been outstanding. It has recently come to my attention that the ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 02/19/2010
As long as Nike "supports" Tiger Woods, I will not buy Nike products and will sell my stock in Nike. 6 Replies - Latest reply on 12/22/2009Add reply
It was only a three pack of sport socks, but when I saw the logo, it reminded me of Woods and I put them back never to be picked up again. 3 Replies - Latest reply on 12/14/2009Add reply
BEAVERTON, OREGON -- I just wanted to let Nike know that now that they have signed Michel Vick, no one in my family will ever buy another Nike product again. I will also try to dissuade as many people as I know to think the same way about Nike's insensitive view towards animal abuse by re-signing Vick.
8 Replies - Latest reply on 10/07/2009Add reply
There are hundreds of other football players who represent a positive image upon themself and the NFL - how it is that out of all these players, they had to re-sign Vick??!!!
What were they thinking?
Michael Vick + Nike = bye, bye Nike
What's the price of money and greed? An animal killer and a sporting goods company? How many other people besides us will NEVER buy another Nike product ever again?
Americans ... read full review14 Replies - Latest reply on 10/01/2009