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Nike Shoesshoes falling apart

I have purchsed six pair of basketball shoes from Khols in Corona Ca. within the past six months. And after 3 weeks the shoe starts to fall apart or the tip of the soles start to get holes in them. I understand that a 14 year old teenage boy will and can put wear and tear on shoes but this is totally out of control now. I payed $80.00 to $160 for the differnt shoes and each time its the same thing. I purchased your product because i thought it was the best out there now Im am gonna be forced to spend my HARD EARNED money else where. Is there anything you can do to make this customer have faith in your product again.

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    Hmcmillen Aug 13, 2018
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    I no shoes were out but these nike shock are just prelim apart

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    Peter D. Aug 10, 2011

    Brand names seem be donwgrading

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    Peter D. Aug 10, 2011

    I got the same experience with 3 pairs of Nike shoes. They are nuts. Shame to Nike. They gamble with their brand name. The Japanese quality assurance may not be able to comment to such a Nike way. It seems be the seem with Motorola and Black & Decker. Never buy their products again.
    Peter

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