Squeaking shoes - help!

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by tenis, May 18, 2007.

  1. tenis

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    After wearing my Yonexes for a few weeks, they start squeaking a lot. "Good noise", make me sick. I can't wear them...The problem is movement between insert and body of the shoe. How can I lubricate them, what can I use...?
    Thanks.
     
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  2. mucat

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    Mahaha, I wear MDP to go to work because it is very comfortable shoes. Then after a while it started squeaking, the office is kind of quiet, so the squeaking was kind of annoying and noticeable. Had to wear different pair to go to work.
     
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  3. tenis

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    Yep, I love them, but the sqeak...
     
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  4. jonolau

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    Send it back to where you bought it for an exchange. Sounds like it was just simple case of defective workmanship.
     
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  5. chadilac

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    The same thing happend to me but with a different shoe. also i had inserts that i bough seperatly. But i asked to company who made the insert and they said to put duck tape on the bottom of the insert and it worked. Hope this helped
     
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  6. jonolau

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    I had the same problem with a pair of Nike BF3 where the front air insert became loose (probably not enough glue/adhesive) and made irritating squeaking noises when I move my foot. I brought it back to the shop where I bought the shoes. And since the BF3 were in the process of being discontinued and replaced by Breathe Cage, they gave me a brand new pair of Breathe Cage in exchange, no extra cost.
     
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