Under Armour Complaint - Under Armour Top Metal Football Cleets at the time of purchase

Review by Coach Bill on 2007-11-07
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA -- To whom it may concern.

August 1, I purchased, for my son,High School Varsity player, what I thought was the best football shoe I could find. I went to Dick's Sporting Goods in Roanoke,Va. I spent well over $110.00 for them. They fit great, looked great, and tore wide open in the second week of summer "two-a-days". Because we live some 30 miles away from Dick's, I did my best to repair the shoes the best I could, so the boy would be able to return to practice the following days.

I rally don't like returning equipment. I have spent thousands of $ at Dick's since it opened here just a few years ago. I also coach Rec Baseball locally. When it finally got to where I could not repair the shoes anymore I took the shoes to Dick's, and the Manager treated me like a thief. I did not have the sales receipt, so he told me to contact Under Armour.

These shoes are poorly made. My son was not the only one on his team that had trouble with tearing on the same style shoe by Under Armour. Not only in the seams, but in the leather itself. I have pictures of the shoes available if anyone cares to see them.

I will not purchase U.A. again, Nor will I ever return to Dick's.
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-11-07
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-11-07:
Thanks but you shouldn't have to spend a hundred bucks for a quality pair of football cleats anyway. (VH)
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-11-07:
It is hard these days to return a product,especially without a RECEIPT!
Posted by MRM on 2007-11-07:
Especially at this time of year when the holidays are coming.
Posted by Chris on 2007-11-07:
I will also avoid dicks. (VH)

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