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Q: Fake Nike Shox ( No Answer,   4 Comments )
Subject: Fake Nike Shox
Category: Sports and Recreation > Training
Asked by: mj23-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 18 Feb 2005 09:43 PST
Expires: 20 Mar 2005 09:43 PST
Question ID: 476619
I have bought a new pair of Nike Shox TL off of the internet, the shox
with the full shox on the bottom ..I am looking for information on how
to know if the ones I bought are fakes, any signs to tell me they are
fake, i hear there are many ways i would like to know them.

Clarification of Question by mj23-ga on 18 Feb 2005 12:01 PST
i guess nobody on here is educated enough to answer this ?
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Fake Nike Shox
From: eliteskills-ga on 18 Feb 2005 10:46 PST
Subject: Re: Fake Nike Shox
From: mj23-ga on 18 Feb 2005 10:50 PST
ive been here, it doesnt show the shox tl on here, just jordans and
af1's i need shox

shoes like this
Subject: Re: Fake Nike Shox
From: darcyb67-ga on 07 Mar 2005 11:14 PST
There are many ways to tell if the TL's are fakes, the two main sighs
are, the tread on the front 3/4 of the sole is hard plastic, and the
price is too good to be true. If you find a pair for under $99 they
are probably fakes.
Subject: Re: Fake Nike Shox
From: kidsrcool-ga on 23 Apr 2005 05:51 PDT
In my two expreriences with buying Shox TL on eBay (from overseas),
the following are signs of "fake" versions:  1. slippery, plastic
bottom sole (should be a grippy, rubber sole); 2. match Nike's product
number to the box (if a box was not included, they are most likely
"fake"; 3. color schemes are limited and if a color scheme seems
unique, they're "fake" (if the color scheme is blue and white, there
should not be any purple accents; 4. excessively long laces (Shox TL's
are running shoes and should not have long laces).  Hope this helps
(my advice is to beware of "shady" sellers on eBay, or any other
websites for that matter).  Stick to Finish Line or Niketown for
"authentic" Nike Shox.  Additionally, Nike has a phenomonal warranty
on Shox.  I returned a pair of TL's to the coroporate offices in
Oregon (after owning them for over a year, and received the original
purchase price, $150.00, towards a new pair at Niketown).  Warm
regards from Florida!

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