Discussion in 'Soccer Boots' started by appleCORR7, Jan 11, 2012.
Agreed they are very nice, wonder if the fit is similar to adipowers.
It looks like it is shaped in a similar way....if it is, it will be a great fit on my foot.
Would rather have seen the white/ red unboxing
Nice none the less
Got ittt.... couldn't for the life of me figure out how to put it in the message.
^^^ Nice goal!!!!! Estilo Olympico!!!!
That was beautiful haha the people recording were going all crazy.
Ha.. Ya those are my buddies that dared me to score off the ck. They had to buy me few beers later that night.
Crack on the soleplate of my AdiZeros. Also, a big chunk of the soleplate has been taken off from a tackle. Think I'll be returning them, absolute joke.
Haha, I would do pal but just cleaned them so now's not appropriate. My new miCoach Synthetic ones. My leather soft ground ones are also tearing slightly too. Hoping for an exchange. It's just beyond a joke now.
3 returns in the past 6 months.
I feel bad for you, I have the synthetic ones and haven't had any problems with them after the couple of uses I've put into them. I'm trying to sell them though because they fit wayy to big. I hope your able to get a return out of them, what would you be exchanging them for?
Thanks pal. My old AdiZeros did EXACTLY the same except after 14 months instead.
I just really don't want a pair of boots that are just going to ruin straight away. Thinking either Laser IVs or some old-school boots, Copas or maybe King SLs.
You should go for a Japan made boot if you want better durability. I've heard of sole separation problems with the Laser IV on turf. Good luck with your return and let me know how it turns out.
I just want a durable, high-performing boot.
Vapor 7's? haven't heard anything bad about them from anyone.
Sounds like you think that Japan made boots are not high-performing?
So has anyone figured out if the "new" adipowers are more durable that the unfortunate ones before? Was figuring to splash on them but if they won't last me more than the season, might as well get legend ivs
is adidas like nike in terms or returns? I know nike give you a 2 year guarantee with all boots and will replace damaged ones
Adidas has a 6 months return warranty.
6 months from the date of purchase however, not the boot tag. you'll need a receipt as proof of purchase.
Adidas US is different. I just call consumer services and tell them the issue and a number on the tag, no receipt required. They send you a link to forms to fill out and give you a return number and replace them quickly. I have bought broke boots off eBay for cheap sent them to Adidas and got the new ones. They back there products well.
What date do they go off of then? And how long is the warranty?
There is a manufacture date, or something like that, on the size tag along with an article number. The Adidas rep will tell you if they are in the date range for product replacement. I'm not sure of the policy on replacing them. But for example, they replaced my navy predator pulses with predator absolutes and replaced my white/pink/black F50's (1st edition) with the next f50 model (black/electricity). They replaced mine for broken studs and blowing out the outside of the upper .
Jermaine Beckford in MIadidas F50
Here is the free kick testing for the Adipure 11pro's. Not that this video will tell you anything about their actual performance. As we all know a couple of hours will not give you a fully broken in boot, turf with new FG boots=max discomfort, and accuracy and control is independent of boots.
That being said, it is still insightful about their initial fit and feel.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A__H_gGBuTY"]adiPure 11 Pro Free Kicks and Play Testing - YouTube[/ame]
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