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Does Nike have a warranty on their shoes?

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Mar 6, 2006
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Does Nike have a warranty on their shoes?

I haven't bought a pair in many years (but am looking to), but I heard they have a 24 month warranty on them?

How much do they usually range in price from? Upto $200.00?

Specifically looking for Crosstrainer type shoes... Shox?

Foam shoes only last 6 months and for over 1 bill, that's a rip off.
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Yeah- they have a warranty. I had a pair replaced about 2 months ago. That will teach me to wear them all winter long....
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Apr 5, 2006
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All nike shoes have a warranty within two years of the manufacturing date, this should the first two numbers of the serial code on the tongue of the shoe.

IE: if a serial is 05969090899-----> this would mean the shoe was made in 2005, and the shoe would be covered untill 2007.

For them to replce it, they have to find a defect with the shoe. If they don't find a defect with it they will just send it back. If they do find a defect you can either get the shoe replaced with a shoe of equal value (but may not be the same style or colour), or you can choose to have them send you a voucher to spend only at one nike location.

You have to call them to register the shoes though, or you can go on their website.
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Just search...theres alot of threads about this...

but ya they do have a warrenty.
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Just curious, what about the Jordon sneakers? I know they have a lifetime warranty, but it's basically the same rules that apply to the other Nike 2 year warranty, right?

I was thinking of getting a pair of Nike Free (Any version), but the older versions on sale had heel problems, correct? I'm assuming that design fault can still make it valid under the 2 year warranty.
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So, basically wear and tear is nill right? I seem to wear out foam shoes with little use in 6 months or less and it's ridiculous, but I don't want to spend 200 on Nike's if they are only going to last me a year either.

Nevermind. I'm screwed.
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a pair of shoes usually have a 6 month life... depending on how often they are worn.
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don't need a receipt
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yea you don't have to have a receipt.. but on returning things they gotta be defective much like how some appliances are defective. Normal wear and tear on a shoe doesn't count.
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