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Skechers USA Inc. Message Board

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Dec 19, 2011 12:37 PM Flag

    Skechers work shoes....

    i've been buying them for many years and have always been satisfied with the quality. They don't need a break-in period and they used to last a long time. Unfortunately, the last two pairs i bought had the soles peel off after only two months of use. The glue just gave out. i bought another new pair and i noticed the upper part of the shoe is a thinner material than they used to be made out of and the seams are splitting out. i've always loved these work shoes, but unless they get their act together on QUALITY, i have to move on to another brand....

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    • If you are legitimate with your complaint, you should send your comments to the company. I honestly feel sure they would like to here from a long term customer, rather than lose that customer. I suspect they change manufacturers from time to time and if they are having problems with the finished product, who better than to tell them than a loyal customer. Just a thought.

      If the link defaults there is a subject title in the drop down box that is for Product Information and another for Comments or Suggestions.

      http://www.skechers.com/info/contact-us

      The posters on this financial message board can do nothing about your issues and will wonder if you are simply someone bashing on the company in an effort to hopelessly try and move the stock price via comments made here.

      • 1 Reply to catch83sails
      • i have a garage door company, so the work shoes get heavy use climbing ladders. In the past they've lasted 2-3 years with no problems.

        i find it hard to believe the company doesn't follow their YAHOO message board. i've never owned the stock and don't want any free shoes. i just want them to get their act together, so i can continue to buy the product. As it stands now, they're not strong enough for what i need....

        jim barron
        Barron Garage Doors, LLP
        Edmonds, Wa.

 
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