Please Help!

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by metmet, Sep 21, 2013.

  1. metmet

    metmet New Member

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    For some reason, one of my pairs of Nike's bleeds very badly when I play basketball in them. I wear white socks, and after an hour or so, the socks are stained blue! Any help????
     


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  4. MikeDT

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    Stop buying your Nikes from Ebay.
     


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    Get a real, premium basketball shoe. I recommend Rick Owens Dunks.
     


  6. metmet

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    I actually got them from the Nike Store
     


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    They are one of the best shoes you can get- Nike Hyperdunk 2012+
     


  8. MikeDT

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    Can't be that good if they're leaking their colour all over your socks? Presumably sweat is getting into them and that's causing the dye to bleed. Could be a manufacturing defect? A duff batch. TBH I'd contact Nike about that, see what they have to say. And if they tell you to wear blue socks, sue them. :nodding:
     
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