What voids your outsole warranty?

#1
The upper of my gel resolution 7’s are being to wear almost completely through. Would it void my 6th month warranty if I applied a protective layer of material on it? (I use a product called shoe goo)
 

TW Staff

Administrator
#2
That isn't a problem. You can add shoe goo to try to get some more hours out of your shoes before submitting for a durability guarantee.

Thanks,
Tiffani, TW
 
#5
Sorry, no. It covers for the outsole, but adding shoe goo shouldn't void the durability guarantee.

Thanks,
Tiffani, TW
That’s right. I’ve had to resort to duct tape and shoe goo over the toe on numerous pairs of Nike court ballistecs to be able to wear out the outersole. Nike always honored the durability warranty in these cases for me.
 

tennytive

Professional
#6
I have the same problem with a pair of T22 lites. The glue along the sole/upper by the ball of my left foot split along the seam. Used Gorilla glue and it holds fine, just doesn't look so great on an otherwise brand new looking pair of shoes.
 

Ronaldo

Talk Tennis Guru
#7
I have the same problem with a pair of T22 lites. The glue along the sole/upper by the ball of my left foot split along the seam. Used Gorilla glue and it holds fine, just doesn't look so great on an otherwise brand new looking pair of shoes.
Had/have this problem with shoes that are more than 10 yrs old. Sort of like dry rot. Sole separates from the shoe, flaps around. Drag my toes and lose them
 
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