Does Nike Ballistec 3.3 has warranty card in the box?

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  1. top_amateur

    top_amateur New User

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    I just got a pair from tennis plaza from their recent deal, arrived today and I found nothing but the 2 shoes in it.
    Is there suppose have a warranty card in the box? Can I call to request one?

    If they didn't mention about 6 month warranty on their website, does this mean the shoes are not eligible for warranty? Cos I think this is a thing between me and Nike, not tennis plaza.
     
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  2. JoelDali

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    No they do not.

    Just keep your receipt and call Nike.
     
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  3. XFactorer

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    Actually, I was looking at the new white/black ones this week, and they did have a card in the box.
     
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  4. TopFH

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    Can you compare the CB3.3 vs the B6s in terms of fit? Is it smaller, wider?
     
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  5. FedererBestTennis

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    CB3.3's are slightly narrower.
     
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  6. JoelDali

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    They don't matter. Receipts are key.
     
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  7. niketennispro

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    they are wider as FedererBestTennis said, and the toe area is narrow as well compared to the B6. (at least for me) both are solid shoes, but i prefer B6s at the moment.
     
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  8. TopFH

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    Thanks guys. I might try them out when I wear my B6s out.
     
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  9. top_amateur

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    Having wore my CB3.3 couple of times, it's extremely narrow comparing to B6;
    The insole is sort of like a mini cloth shoe, so can be barely stretched.
    I used to have a right ankle problem, but wearing B6 or LunarVapor 8 doesn't give me any problem; this pair of CB3.3 makes my feet feel very sour and my ankle felt bad just after 30 mins in the shoes.
    I'm not sure I'm gonna wear it out or not, cos hurting my ankle just doesn't worth the money I got back from the warranty.
     
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