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Nike Thread [16] - all info, questions, pics here please

Discussion in 'Soccer Boots' started by appleCORR7, Jan 11, 2012.

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  1. The English Hacker

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    What soleplate would that be?
     


  2. The English Hacker

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    Full Arsenal kit? :thumbsup:
     
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  3. Mercurial4991

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    It is the AG soleplate, from what I have read that should be one of the low tier releases.
     
  4. appleCORR7

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    I'd be a little bit Pee'd off if id brought a pair of GS with the limited number and they Nike brought out the exact same thing minus the numbers as a general boot with unlimited numbers. I thought the whole point of the GS is that it was a one off model to show how Nike could produce enviromentally friendly boots.

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  5. 2nd_striker

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    apple i see where you coming from but loads of people missed out on gs' and if they are re releasing them in december, im gonna hold off on the vapor 8s and get them. Kinda like the colourway too.

    has anyone with gs' played in them yet?
     
  6. ddster

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    I have a quick question. I have Nike Tiempo's (White+Gold) Legend IV. The cleats are made of Kangaroo Lite Leather, and I have a problem. I've had them for a full season of playing 3-4 times a week for 2-3 hours each and they're falling apart. The sole is separating from the leather in the toe of the boot. What's the safest way to go about fixing these?
     
  7. Dr. Boots

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    A trash can.....if you have been using them that long and that often, be glad they served you well and buy a new pair. Very few shoe repair guys are actual cobblers that could repair this correctly.

    I am sure you could voucher them with Nike, but it seems that given the use you have put into them that it would be taking advantage of their policy.
     
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