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Your ad that says Run Throw up Run
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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA -- I like Reebok products, but due to your nasty negative ad's that show a large poster of someone throwing up, I am not going to buy your products until the ad is changed. It is not something I want to see when walking through San Francisco on a rare sunny day! Thanks for making me feel ill!
     
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Anonymous on 2007-06-08:
LMAO! are you serious?
Skye on 2007-06-08:
Wow, I have to search the internet now for this poster. I wonder what the concept of throwing up and Nike's has in common??
Anonymous on 2007-06-08:
Its San Francisco,that place makes me sick.
Its Reejects,I mean Reebok,not not Nike
Skye on 2007-06-08:
Duh, I got to look for the Reebok regurgitating poster.

My bad.
CrazyRedHead on 2007-06-09:
Have you ever pushed yourself running until you are physically sick. It is not pretty, but it happens all the time during marathons and you know that you have really worked. I do agree, it is not something that the normal person wants to see, especially out of shape people, it doesn't do good for the mental side.
Justusryan on 2007-06-10:
How much Reebok product do you buy in a year? By the time your current shoes "run out" the ad will be changed and then you can buy Reebok product again.
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Contact Information
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Have a complaint for Reebok - here is the contact information you will need.

1 (800) 843-4444
Option #2 when you hear the automated message

or send them some snail-mail (not defective products) here:

Reebok International
PO Box 1060
Ronks, PA 17573
     
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Anonymous on 2007-03-15:
OK, Draven, did you have a complaint?
TiaLee on 2007-09-04:
my husband bought a pair of the Reebok On The Clock II Slip and Oil resistant shoes. The first time he wore them, he slipped and fell at work. Now he can't raise his arm past his shoulder and might have to have work done on it. We tried to find their customer service number from their website and it sent us to some phone sex thing. We used the number on this website and they are telling us to mail them the shoes, with our money, and that it will take 4-5 weeks before we hear anything. I always new there was a reason I didn't like Reebok. Now this has just confirmed it. Please be careful if you own these shoes.
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thesd shoes are junk
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ORANGE, MASSACHUSETTS -- I am in high school and I got these shoes for track.. well I ran with them half way through the season and they are junk they are falling apart the bottom is coming unglued the insides plastic is broke and it cuts my heel !bottom line THEY SUCK!! very disappointd!!!
     
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wmsales_assoc on 2005-11-11:
That's what happens to American goods when they are outsourced to cheap foreigh labour markets. You pay a premium price for something only to find out that it is still junk.
I have a story like that. A few years ago, I bought a pair of Venturini dress shoes, Italian name, made in China. Regular Price $90. I paid considerably less than that but it's not the point. I wore them for only two months and the leather began to separate from the sole, and shortly after they basically fell to pieces. I didn't pay very much for them because they were on clearance, but I had paid full price, I would have been really ticked off. When you see something in a store window that says regular price $90, you expect it to be high quality. I guess not in this case.
My advice: next time, save yourself the money, buy a pair of Athletix or Sugi shoes for about a third of the price. You'll find they're about the same quality only cheaper.
bill on 2005-11-11:
Reebook is not an American company. They are British.
CrazyRedHead on 2005-11-11:
If this is how the schools are teaching these kids these days, then I feel sorry for the future of America.

If you ran track like I did in high school, then 3 months is not unrealistic. It is medically recommended that you change shoes every 3 months if you run a lot. Realistically, no one does. But if you run 5-6 days out of the week, for at least an hour, then three months is about right. I used to run 4 miles everyday for 5-6 days a week and I had Nike and they only lasted me about 3-4 months. I'm hard on shoes.
NeveragainAmazon on 2005-11-11:
What happened to doing some research on running shoes...I run each and everyday, and Reebok is not on my list of anykind of a quality running shoe! You get what you pay for...and yes, you are a high school student....maybe you should have saved money for a running shoe that could have saved you heel from injury!
Anonymous on 2005-11-12:
I too ran track in high school, and we'd go through shoes every couple of months. It's better to have a comfortable performance shoe that wears well and wears out fast, than to have some heavy clunker that slows you down and lasts forever.
NeveragainAmazon on 2005-11-12:
Excuse me Mr. Parrot....but I took offense to your post! Let me make myself clear...(not that I have to, mind you)! A quality running shoe does not in any way mean that it will last a whole "season"...it was simply my opinion that Reebok is not what I would call a quality running shoe!!!! Don't know when you ran track in high school, but quality running shoes are not as you describe. Obviously, you have not used a pair of running shoes in a while.
Anonymous on 2005-11-13:
"took offense" because you likely didn't read, or comprehend what I wrote, exactly the same courtesy I paid your nonsense. I didn't even read your statement beforehand, and now that I have, realize you are a "backseat student." I stand by my previous post.
NeveragainAmazon on 2005-11-13:
A "backseat Student?" Appears to me you are a "backseat Runner!"
Anonymous on 2005-11-13:
Are you just plain argumentative, stupid, or both?
Anonymous on 2005-11-14:
I hope the best for the kid's heel. After reading his/her complaint I must say that if I had composed an "error filled" paragraph(?) like that in high school I probably wouldn't have been eligible to run track anyway! '78'
J Scamardo on 2013-02-25:
I had a pair of Venturini shoes that fell apart. The whole botton of the shoe came off. What crap Venturini makes.
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