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Originally Posted by kubrick View Post

is there a specific email that one should send this email to? the lace thread thing on my flyknit racers broke.. and i don't even train/excercise in these.. just a casual shoe

http://help-us.nikeinc.com/app/claims/return-guidelines
post #4247 of 8174

Is the $200 Nike 800 Down Fill coat any good? Is it worth it?

post #4248 of 8174
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Originally Posted by wj4 View Post

How often do you use them? Agreed on the value part since I paid retail for this pair. I have another pair that I got on sale, thinking about using them to wear casually instead of working out in them now.

The flywire snapping is a huge concern on multiple models too, since that's where the lace loops through. Agreed that they're still comfy, but I do definite notice a difference when running at fast paces. The shoes just feel mushy and unresponsive.

I wear them pretty regularly. 3-5 days a week in summer (not all day), at least once a week in the autumn. Nothing in the winter, because, well, that would be stupid. I stopped exercising in them because of precisely what you said above, but they have been perfect for a lot of daily wear and travel. I think they're fun, and I like the way they look (liked them so much it convinced me to buy a pair of frees, actually, but considering every single one of my other pairs of shoes is older, has seen more wear, and is keeping together better, I am really not sure I feel great about buying more. Actually, nike stuff has a history of blowing out on me - which I guess isn't surprising - with the exception of soccer shorts and sweats (actually, the zipper on my favorite pair just broke last year, but they're ~8 years old). It's too bad, because I actually can't think of a lot of alternatives that I'd really wear (NB, Adidas, etc).
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Originally Posted by Golf54 View Post

Shouldn't Nike cover the shoes if the flywire breaks? If not, that's a shame. I haven't worn my lunars enough to run into that but to me that seems to be a structural defect rather than a normal wear and tear problem.

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Originally Posted by kingsfull View Post

I think if it's within 2 years of the production date, they will replace the shoes or they'll send something of equal value if they determine that it's due to manufacturer defect from normal wear and tear.

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Originally Posted by wj4 View Post

It's even a decade or so since I've used this service. Back then they issued a gift card for the msrp of the item if the product was deemed defective.

I'm going to give this a shot, since another one snapped yesterday. That makes three, in about two weeks. Is there a place on the Nike website that links you through?
post #4249 of 8174
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

I wear them pretty regularly. 3-5 days a week in summer (not all day), at least once a week in the autumn. Nothing in the winter, because, well, that would be stupid. I stopped exercising in them because of precisely what you said above, but they have been perfect for a lot of daily wear and travel. I think they're fun, and I like the way they look (liked them so much it convinced me to buy a pair of frees, actually, but considering every single one of my other pairs of shoes is older, has seen more wear, and is keeping together better, I am really not sure I feel great about buying more. Actually, nike stuff has a history of blowing out on me - which I guess isn't surprising - with the exception of soccer shorts and sweats (actually, the zipper on my favorite pair just broke last year, but they're ~8 years old). It's too bad, because I actually can't think of a lot of alternatives that I'd really wear (NB, Adidas, etc).


I'm going to give this a shot, since another one snapped yesterday. That makes three, in about two weeks. Is there a place on the Nike website that links you through?
Hey Syn,

Nike has changed their site layout so many times, I don't know exactly where the link is anymore. I would use the chat feature. I think it's under contact us. I'm typing from my cell so I can't check to reassure the location exactly but I'm sure they will be able to help you out. I've used the chat feature to send in picture of QA issues before, ie bad stitching, horrible paint that you'd see brush strokes, for discount codes on future purchases. They're also good with responding to emails though that takes a couple of days.
post #4250 of 8174
Saw Kobe Bryant at the grocery store last night, decked out in Nike KB gear smile.gif

Also checked out the sneaker boots in person. The black Air Max actually looked pretty good...I didn't think I'd like them.
post #4251 of 8174
Nike FBTs LOL

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Not the Nike version (Tanner Goods) but similar fabric and good pricing at $150.
post #4253 of 8174
Thread Starter 
Got the Dri-Fit running pants from Nordstrom, fit is pretty nice and kind of prefer it over fleece for running, longer than I hoped but not much I can do about that. Has a nice taper, zipped leg opening and 3 pockets (2 on the side and one by the thigh).
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post #4254 of 8174
my sweat pants look way sicker yo
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post

Got the Dri-Fit running pants from Nordstrom, fit is pretty nice and kind of prefer it over fleece for running, longer than I hoped but not much I can do about that. Has a nice taper, zipped leg opening and 3 pockets (2 on the side and one by the thigh).
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how tall are you/what size did you get? think i'm going to check these out this weekend.
post #4256 of 8174
You size down? And does anyone know if they're going to put the Gyakusou back on Nike.com?
post #4257 of 8174
Nike NOBD smile.gif

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(No, didn't order. Just playing.)
post #4258 of 8174

imho, they look far too close for to the stock wolf greys to justify going the ID route

post #4259 of 8174
I don't know many designs (though I browse this thread). I just started, and this is how I would like them.

Edit: I just checked, and they do look like the ones I bought (and returned) a few months ago. smile.gif The good thing about both designs is the midsole that makes the whole sole look less high.
post #4260 of 8174
My new wool half zips got stolen from my duffle bag during travel. Tried replacing them with the knit half-zip but ended up getting just the standard Element Dri-Fit for half the price.

I think I actually prefer these. The knit version is a little too fitted and pricey.
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