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Posted by 6night6reaver6 on 03/05/2011
I walk every day and have over 3,000 miles on my Reebok classics they are a very comfortable she and are the only kind I will wear thank you for a well built shoe.
     
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Posted by Skye on 2011-03-05:
Impressive. Do you use a pedometer everyday, to keep track of your steps and miles? I do, but I'm nowhere near 3,000 miles.

Good review.
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Where Or How Do I Get A Replacement Zipper Pull For My Husbands Jacket?
Posted by Zarnie on 11/13/2010
The metal zipper pull on the jacket described above broke off. The metal part broke off that held the hanging pull part, so I can't just find a new pull tab, it is a faulty zipper pull. This was a special gift purchased at the ProShop at Lambeau field in Green Bay Wisconsin and means a lot to him, but without the zipper the jacket is useless.

Please direct me where to go or how to get a new pull. If all else fails the whole zipper could be replaced, but I would want the zipper to match and am unable to locate that color and size. Please assist me if you can, or at lease let me know if these replacement pieces are not available.

Thank you
     
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Posted by jktshff1 on 2010-11-13:
A local seamstress should be able to solve your problem. I would start looking at your local laundry.
Posted by olie on 2010-11-13:
I agree with jktshff1. Go to your dry cleaner's, and ask if they can replace the zipper. Ask for an estimate, as well.

Be advised that you won't have your jacket back the next day.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-11-15:
Go local. I took 4 coats into a local place laster year, complete new zippers on each and it was $32 total
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Posted by Amoferia on 10/22/2010
Making comments about young girls butts is sleazy advertisment. Shoes should sell not young girls butts. This is just a way of degrading young girls, and saying your product which is on the feet not the butt is not "sexy" enough to sell on its own merit. NO THANK YOU. Clean your act up!
     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-22:
The sad truth is, sex sells.
Posted by rockfishing on 2010-10-22:
Nothing wrong with admiring God's creation even if it is in an ad.
Posted by redmx3racer on 2010-10-22:
I assume the ad in question is the one where it zooms in on a girls butt for about 3 seconds. No complaints from me, but I did notice that and wonder what exactly it had to do with sneakers.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-22:
That particular sneaker (Easy Tone) is supposed to tone your butt about 20% more than regular sneakers. It is one of the selling points. I still think they zoomed in a wee bit much though. They could have just talked about the toning benefits and let you decide for yourself withOUT zooming in on her.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-22:
Men are visual creatures.
Posted by MRM on 2010-10-22:
Indeed we are!
Posted by getoverit on 2010-10-22:
We're all in favor of toned butts.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-22:
Men aren't buying those shoes...lol!
Posted by clutzycook on 2010-10-22:
Good point, incrediblelee. The only thing would be that men see those commercials and think that if their wives or gf's bought those shoes, they would have nice butts too. So they would pressure their SO's to get them.
Posted by getoverit on 2010-10-22:
And it's just possible that women buy products that might make them more attractive.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-22:
If my SO bought me some butt-toner shoes, he would be out the door with a puff of smoke behind him.
Posted by clutzycook on 2010-10-22:
well yeah. No man (or woman) should do that to their SO unless they are asked to do so specifically by the SO or if they really really REALLY like sleeping in the front yard.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-22:
LOL incrediblee! Just tell him, "You liked it well enough last night, and it hasn't changed since then."
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-22:
I am going to get a pair of those booty shoes and if I don't look like the girl in the commercial in 6 months, I am going to the BBB.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-22:
Post before and after pics.
Posted by momsey on 2010-10-22:
I'm a straight female, and that commercial really intrigues me! I know that the shoes don't really do what they claim to, but the commercial really makes me want to try them! I'd love for my butt to look like those butts.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-22:
Lol @ ript trying to get me to scare the h@ll out of all mankind. The commercial IS intriguing momsey. I am going to Williamsburg today and I will see if they have any in the outlet. See these commercials are annoying as crap but they work!
Posted by MRM on 2010-10-22:
Incredible, I too live in VA. I live in the city where PeTA is headquartered, where NATO is headquartered, and the largest Naval Base in the world.
Posted by Weedwhacked on 2010-10-22:
I saw the commercial and have no problems with it.
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Reebok does not respond to e-mails
Posted by Pearl44 on 06/18/2010
About two months ago I spent $100 for a pair of the Easy Tone shoes; since then I sent an e-mail asking the best way to clean the shoes; and my second e-mail was telling the company that a piece of rubber is coming off the heel of my left shoe. Each e-mail responds and says they received it and a response will be coming to me within 24 hours. THAT HAS NOT HAPPENED IN EITHER CASE.
     
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Shoelace replacement
Posted by Dennis boyo on 11/23/2009
BLUE MOUNTAINS -- Sirs:

I own a pair of Reeboks . I think the model number is RB 708 PYE 4-131477 - this is printed on the tongue of the shoe.

Recently I tried to change the shoelaces. It took the combined efforts of 3 people to accomplish this, over a period of 40 minutes. The laces are extremely difficult to remove and also to replace.

Currently I am in China, which was also useful since your web site isalmost unintelligible and very difficult to follow. I cannot imagine who must have designed the complicated lace insertion. I would be very interested to receive your comments, but if the rest of your organization is as poor as the design, then of course my complaint will be ignored

A very frustrated and angry


Dr. D. W. Stainer
     
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Posted by jktshff1 on 2009-11-23:
You are kidding, right?
Posted by clutzycook on 2009-11-23:
Seriously? You needed 3 people and instructions to change SHOELACES? Wow. I've threaded laces with frayed ends through eyes the size of a pinhead with no problems when I was TWELVE!
Posted by bunnyhead on 2009-11-25:
AND he's a Dr.????
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-11-26:
O.M.G.
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Gift For Christmas
Posted by Ao on 02/08/2009
I got the Reebok yoga mat for a Christmas gift and it is the worst mat I have ever used. It sticks to itself and doesn't unroll easily. It is extremely slippery. I have tried to "break it in" by using it a lot to see if it will work better, but it is no use.

I am NOT recommending this product to anyone.
     
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Why is Reebok better than others?
Posted by DRJ08 on 04/19/2008
I am a big fan of Reebok. My question is simple. How and what makes Reebok better than other sporting good stores? All I need is a comparison, lets say Reebok vs. Nike. If you could answer my question asap, it would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Davis

     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2008-04-19:
Reebok exploits a better class of child laborers than the rest. There's your answer.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-04-19:
I also like Reebok's. Reebok has spent years making a better shoe for as long as I can remember. PMS must be drinking again as no place did it ever say anything about exploiting child laborers.

"Reebok has been tremendous in its ability to consistently produce top-quality licensed merchandise in designs and fabrics that meet the needs of today’s fans,” said Howard Smith, Senior Vice President, Licensing, Major League Baseball Properties. “We look forward to expanding our relationship and creating new items that will inspire fans to incorporate supporting their favorite team into more aspects of their everyday lifestyle.”
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Basketball hoop assembly
Posted by Jbrady on 12/25/2007
If you happen to purchase a Reebok basketball hoop, have someone assemble for you. The instructions are woeful and the "know-how" required is great.

We got it assembled but only after many expletives and 3 hours of frustration.
     
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Posted by Sparticus on 2007-12-25:
Sounds like you had a rough night! ;-)

Hope it was a success for the kids! Merry Christmas!
Posted by jktshff1 on 2007-12-25:
You shoulda been there with me putting my grandson's air hockey game together!
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-12-25:
When putting the basketball goals together, unfortunately one must jump through many hoops. The net result is usually a good one though.
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Defective Shoes By Reebok
Posted by Jitarora on 08/09/2007
LUCKNOW -- I had purchased Reebok brand shoes from authorized shop of the company in Delhi on 06.04.2007. I found that stitch thread around eye hold was coming loose. On pointing this out the company through their authorized dealer in Delhi changed the shoes on 08.04.2007. However, the shoes subsequently were found very tight and damaging my feet. On 26.04.2007 I communicated to the Company at their E-mail address this aspect including request that matter be dealt in Lucknow as I am posted in Lucknow.
The company in its e-mail correspondence admitted that dimensions of the shoe can vary because of styling which was exactly the cause of my discomfort because of these shoes. However, the company felt that shoes cannot be replaced as I had used them and they thus cannot resell the same. After much e-mail based correspondences in which Company representatives used inappropriate language, the Company agreed to examine the shoes. Accordingly, the shoes were left at the Company designated store at Saharaganj, Lucknow on 12.05.2007.
Since then, despite repeated reminders, there has been no communication from the Company as to what has happened to my claim to have these shoes replaced. Thus the Company has deprived me of use of shoes for more than three months in spite of having invested substantial amount of money. It is requested that this matter May be taken up with the Company to find out:-

(1) Why the Company shoes were of different size in spite of declaring on the shoes the size for which they were bought? Incidentally company has accepted this aspect and I quote from their email to me ‘Footwear of various models May vary in dimensions because of styling’.

(2) Why Company representative use inappropriate language while corresponding with the customer?

(3) Why a multinational Company which spends huge amount of money globally on advertisement deals with the customer who points out the problems insensitively?

(4) Why it has taken Company so much time from 12.05.2007 till date that it does not find itself capable of responding to the customer in spite of having taken back the shoes for examination.

(5) Whether the company will ultimately decide on the issue or legal action for which a customer is always poorly equipped compared to a multinational company is the only recourse?

(6) Does the Reebok Company have the same policy towards its customers in Europe and America in similar circumstances?
     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2007-08-09:
Reebok's are made in China for about $5 a pair, what do you expect?
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Reebok's ignorance of respectable people
Posted by R.I.9erfan on 06/13/2007
SAN FRANSICO, CALIFORNIA -- As a loyal fan of the SF 49ers I am boycotting anything to do with this company. Seriously how much money will they lose by letting head coach Mike Nolan wear a suit on the sidelines. Granted they paid 250 mil for exclusive rights to all teams apparel, does it really matter that a few head coaches want to show respect to the game and the ones who came before them. I guess in a huge company like this respect means nothing. Therefore with any chance i get i will strongly suggest to anyone and everyone not to purchase your products. Including the various sport teams I coach. I will never recommend your products of any kind.
     
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Posted by chemman on 2007-06-14:
I agree, I don't see any issue with a coach wanting to look professional by wearing a suit. I also fault the NFL here as well, since they essentially are forcing a brand specific dress code on their players and coaches by accepting the deal with Reebok.
Posted by poppapia on 2007-06-14:
I don't wear Reebok because they hurt my feet, and I agree with Coach Nolan wearing a suit.
Posted by heaven17 on 2007-06-14:
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