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Low Top Boxing Shoes



I bought these shoes from BQ Sports in Brooklyn. They over-charged me. I wore them about 5 or 6 times before the heel on the left foot started peeling off. So, I called BQ, buy they said they wouldn't cover it because I had worn them. Fine. So, I called Everlast and asked for a replacement. They said they would look into it. About a month later, I still had heard nothing. So, I called and asked what was going on. A few departments and a number of minutes on hold later, I was told they would not be covered. The woman gave me some story about how Everlast didn't actually manufacture the shoe...yeah, right. I happen to know a little bit about product warranties, and that line was just nonsense. Anyways, I didn't feel like getting into a legal dispute with Everlast over a $72 pair of shoes. Now, the left sole is almost entirely off and I have to get new shoes. Needless to say, I'm not going with Everlast - EVER again.   
7/20/2010 11:06:01 AM
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