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  1. dantesinferno18

    dantesinferno18 Semi-Pro

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    Back in the middle of may i got a new pair of Nike Court balistecs 1.3 and they lasted me to about late july so i sent them back after getting a hole in the tow. In return i got a pair of Nike Vapor VI and i have had them for just over two weeks and the is already a hole in the tow!!!. I know i can only get one free pair of shoes but i mean this is rediculous. Do you guys think i deserve a refund? Or is it just a cheaply made shoe?
     
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  2. Frankauc

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    i dont know how you could have made a hole in the sole toe area in 2 weeks...

    or maybe on the side toe area?
     
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    They aren't designed to be hard wearing is the issue, so no chance of a refund. just the way they are
     
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  4. Nuke

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    Sounds like you're a toe dragger. A tube of Shoe Goo or Freesole will make your shoes last longer. Apply it to your usual wear-point BEFORE you wear out a hole.
     
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  5. dantesinferno18

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    The hole is on the left side of the toe so right where my pinky toe is on my left shoe. I kinda drag my feet so that is why it is wearing but i mean 2 WEEKS!!!
     
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  6. dantesinferno18

    dantesinferno18 Semi-Pro

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    i have heard of shoe goo before where can i buy it?
     
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  7. Nuke

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    ^^^ Shoe Goo is in Walmart and Sports Authority. A similar product, "Kiwi Shoe and Boot Repair" is in Walgreens. They also show up in shoe stores and shoe repair places.
     
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  8. dantesinferno18

    dantesinferno18 Semi-Pro

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    thanks for the help
     
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