post your shoes before the shoe warranty claim

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  1. JT_2eighty

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    should definitely be covered as it is the sole that wraps up. although even more surprising are mclovin's that were well into the toe guard. That is good to know!
     
  2. JT_2eighty

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    Considering mine were accepted, I think you're good to go (yes, realize that nike is not NB, but if NB doesn't accept that, then wow.
     
  3. TennisProdigy

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    Sliding on hardcourts - these are replacement shoes, I use them for fishing now lol

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  4. PhotoBlue

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    Do you have to have the adidas warranty card to send them in? My barricade 7's all white didn't come with one.
     
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    What do you guys think about this? I bought the pair in April. I think it should qualify as there is a physical hole...

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  7. kimguroo

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    I can see a hole so it's good to claim the warranty in my opinion.
    Nike is generous regarding on warranty claim.
     
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    Thanks I'll send them in and will update this thread with my results.
     
  9. elga

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    Mine got a small hole in the exact same place on both shoes! I think that's a weak spot maybe..but it did take a while to wear em down, those outsoles were very durable overall. The warranty came through for me just fine when I sent them in.
     
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    How long did it take for you to get the voucher after you were approved?
     
  11. elga

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    It took about 5 days after they received the shoes til I got the email confirmation, then about 10 days or so after that I got the voucher in the mail. So somewhere around 2 weeks total after they received the shoes til I had the voucher in my hands
     
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  12. Fintft

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    My tip/guideline is not to use manufacturer warranty (i.e. from Nike), but from vendors such as TW, who are much kinder: i.e. they always replace my shoes even when the manufacturer won't warrant it yet...
    I do send mine back the moment the thread is gone a bit bald in one place (i.e. the ball or the side of my right foot) and I start slipping.
     
  13. shaneno

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    Only 1 month and 3 weeks old
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