Nike Snkrs Return Policy
Return policy on SNEAKRS app : r/Sneakers – Reddit
Do the raffles in the Nike SNEAKRS app have the same reuturn policy as when shopping on (free returns within 30 days? ). I cant find naything in their policy that sais that sneakers bought during raffles in the app is handled different than any other items on for example. I am looking at the Sacai Blazer that is releasing tomorrow. Love the look but not sure about what size I am in Blazers (and have not been able to find any blazers locally to try) I am fully aware that I will probably get an L, but you know.. just in case..
Nike’s SNKRS App | Styled – Vocal
What You’ve Been Missing Out OnI’ve always loved shoes and recently have fallen in love with the Nike App, SNKRS. If you are a sneaker head, like myself, then you will love this app! First off, this app is extremely user friendly. One thing you must do first is set up your profile. Here you will add your shoe size, gender, credit card info, and address. This makes the purchasing part that much easier. Once you have found the shoe you want, all you have to do it confirm your info and that’s it! If you have an iPhone and have Touch set up on it, you can just use your fingerprint to confirm the purchase! Once you have purchased the shoe, you get updates along the way, from when it first ships to when it arrives at your door. You can also go into the app and follow it that way as well. It also allows you to see your receipt. There is also free shipping, which is great! You get the shoes within three to four days. The last pair I bought from the app I got in two days. Now, say the shoe just was not really what you thought. When it ships, it comes with a return label. So, all you have to do is put the shoe back in the box, add the shipping label, and stick it back in the mail. It’s that easy! Once they receive the shoe back, you will get a refund within a few days. You can also return the shoe to any Nike store in the US. I have seen some people take them to Nike outlets as the app, it shows the shoes that are going to be released daily, weekly, and monthly. This allows you to track certain shoes you are wanting and see ones that you didn’t even know were coming out. You can “like” the shoe and set up reminders for when it is going to drop. This way, you will never miss out on the shoe you’ve been app has the most exclusive shoes from Nike. They drop new shoes on a daily basis, usually around 10 AM. What is cool is that there are only a certain number available for certain shoes, so you have to be sure to watch the clock and be one of the first few to try and get the shoe. They drop shoes that will never been sold in stores, so as a sneaker head you LOVE this. On some occasions, they have a raffle for shoes that you can put in for, which adds another level of competitiveness to it. These shoes are always ones that will never be sold in stores and there will only be a handful of them available to buy. Another cool factor that sneaker heads like about the app is that the shoes you are getting are going to be “deadstock” (never tried on or worn), which adds even more value if they are an exclusive shoe. The prices are the same as you would see the shoe in stores as well. Most shoes on the app are $190-220. If you know your size in shoes and brands, then this app is for you! It is a fun way to get shoes and learn about other ones that are coming out. Nike is always dropping the exclusives. There are a few other sites out there now that will sell the shoes, but you are going to pay twice the price. So, it pays to use the check it out for yourself and see what I am talking what you’ve read? Leave a tip. shoppingKaylaHello! My name is Kayla. I want to reach out and help as many people as I can through my stories. Please reach out and let know what what you’d like to learn! I have done pretty much every job under the sun. I want to share my knowledge!
Nike Return Policy: FINALLY Get ALL Your Questions Answered
Nike Return Policy: FINALLY Get ALL Your Questions Answered
Updated June 25, 2021 by Kyle
“Just Do It” has been a popular Nike slogan for years. But what happens when you DON’T want to “Do It” and would rather return your Nike shoes, apparel, or workout gear? Like most return policies, the Nike return policy has some caveats and quirks that need to be answered which is what I’ve done below. Hope this helps you out so you can “just do your return” and get on with your life.
How Many Return Days Does Nike Allow?
You have 30 days to return items you bought from a Nike Store or from
You can double this policy to 60 days by registering to become a NikePlus member for FREE.
What If I Lost My Receipt?
If you don’t have your receipt you still have options, especially if items are not worn or laundered.
Just bring them back and you’ll get store credit for the current selling price.
Keep in mind that manager’s approval will be necessary so be sure to give yourself ample time to make the return happen.
See Also: Here’s Exactly How the Zappos Return Policy Works
Can I Return Shoes That I’ve Worn?
As a matter of fact, Nike encourages you to take your shoes for a “trial run” and if you’re not completely satisfied they’ll give you a FULL refund.
This applies to ALL items, not just shoes.
What Happens After 30 Days?
You can still return stuff to Nike after 30 days but it must NOT be worn or washed.
So the question then becomes how much longer than 30 days is allowed?
Well, according to this Reddit thread some shoppers have returned stuff that was over a year old.
Keep in mind that your mileage will vary by store and it comes down to the discretion of the manager if they’ll accept the return or not.
Be polite and you stand a great chance for success.
Should I Return Nike Stuff to Store of Purchase?
If you didn’t buy from or a Nike Store it’s highly recommended that you return items to where you bought them.
This is because many stores have a return period longer than Nike’s standard 30 days.
See Also: The 8 Best Return Policies in the Known Universe
What About Stuff Bought at
To initiate a return for an item bought from you’ll want to visit their online Return Center.
You’ll essentially use the return label that came with your order, box up your stuff, and drop it off at a UPS location.
If you don’t have a return label you can have one emailed to you or you can even download it.
If you want to exchange an item you’ll have to call them at 1-800-806-6453 or take the item to your local Nike store.
Who Pays Return Shipping Fees?
You’ll be stuck paying the return shipping charges UNLESS you’re a Nike Plus Member in which case Nike pays them.
Any Return Policy Exceptions?
Yes there are 3 exceptions to this policy:
Gift Cards – All sales are final.
Items Marked as “Nonreturnable” – Self-explanatory.
Items with Specific Guarantees – Some Nike products have guarantees or warranties that are item specific.
Check the label, hang tag, or warranty card for details if you’re unsure.
Is Their a Holiday Return Extension?
Yes, and it’s fairly generous.
All orders placed between November 1st and January 6th come with an extended 60-day return window.
What About Items Bought at The Nike Factory Store?
The same return policy exists at Nike Factory Stores and manager’s approval will be needed when returning items without a receipt.
Be aware that some Factory Store items could be marked as final sale and cannot be returned.
BONUS: Don’t Forget About Nike’s 2-Year Manufacturer Warranty
If your Nike shoes are starting to fall apart within 2 years of the “manufacturer date” you stand a great chance of getting a FREE replacement.
To check when your shoes were made take a look at the tag and you’ll notice 2 dates.
The date on the left is when they were ordered by the retailer, and the date on the right is when they were actually manufactured.
It’s the date on the RIGHT that determines your 2-year return eligibility.
Keep in mind that normal “wear and tear” does not make you eligible for a new pair of Nike kicks.
There has to be what Nike deems a defective shoe.
They keep their language fairly vague on what the consider defective on purpose as they don’t want consumers gaming the system.
But it’s definitely worth a shot if you feel your Nike shoes should have held up better.
Ask the Reader: What’s been your experience with the Nike return policy? Anything else I should add to this post? Let me know in the comments, thanks.
By Kyle James