Shoe Demo at TW?

stockboy

New User
I've tried to find information on this, but couldn't get a definitive answer. Is there a way to try on multiple shoes and find out how they fit? Is it common practice to just buy 4-5 different pairs, and return the ones that don't fit? Is the fit obvious from the first try on such that you don't have to play in the shoes, in which case they'd be considered used. How does this usually work? Thanks
 

lim

Semi-Pro
I'll usually get one my normal size and then one +- 1/2 size depending on the recommended fit so you're looking at least 2 pairs p/order. if trying multiple models it will definitely add up quickly but there's no good alternative locally so its basically unavoidable
 

davkarimz88

New User
Do your research in regards to this.

If you buy directly from Nike and Adidas websites, they allow you to wear them for 30 days and play with them and if you are not happy return for full price. Please double check as things change but it was like this in the past for me.
 

puppybutts

Semi-Pro
Do your research in regards to this.

If you buy directly from Nike and Adidas websites, they allow you to wear them for 30 days and play with them and if you are not happy return for full price. Please double check as things change but it was like this in the past for me.
what?!?! "it was like this in the past for me" you must have pulled some customer service BS cause i don't remember nike or adidas ever letting people PLAY with the shoes for 30 days and return them. you can wear shoes out in 30 days, let alone "try" them, that would be prone to way too much customer abuse.
 

smokeydusky

New User
you must have pulled some customer service BS cause i don't remember nike or adidas ever letting people PLAY with the shoes for 30 days and return them.
You're right. They don't let you play for 30 days and then return them. It's 60 days.

"we give you 60 days to take your Nike and Converse purchases for a trial run, confidently knowing you can return items (some exceptions apply) for any reason within those 60 days. That includes custom Nike By You sneakers. Even after 60 days, you can still return items if they’re unworn and unwashed."
 

smokeydusky

New User
I've tried to find information on this, but couldn't get a definitive answer. Is there a way to try on multiple shoes and find out how they fit? Is it common practice to just buy 4-5 different pairs, and return the ones that don't fit? Is the fit obvious from the first try on such that you don't have to play in the shoes, in which case they'd be considered used. How does this usually work? Thanks
1. I don't know what is or isn't common practice.
2. I think TW generally knows that many people who order multiple sizes of shoes or apparel will return the ones that don't fit.
3. For companies like TW that have a "liberal" return policy, the question typcially is whether you are abusing the return policy. If you are concerned about abuse, either call or email TW to ask whether it's OK to take 4-5 try-ons at a time.
 

davkarimz88

New User
what?!?! "it was like this in the past for me" you must have pulled some customer service BS cause i don't remember nike or adidas ever letting people PLAY with the shoes for 30 days and return them. you can wear shoes out in 30 days, let alone "try" them, that would be prone to way too much customer abuse.
Do your research before assuming stuff. Thank you @smokeydusky

Yes I also agree that you should contact them before doing anything and get the right information from a CSR. But anytime I've asked Nike / Adidas they've said with pleasure try them while playing and see if you like them etc.
 
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