Skip to comments.Vanity: Need help gluing lousy Nike golf shoes - what kind of glue?
Posted on 10/31/2010 9:29:48 PM PDT by Frantzie
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LOL! Yeah some deep water out there. Those guns are lomg gone now. I was thinking of getting one of them Gun Free Zones signs for my yard. It will make the children and gun banning facists feel a bit safer. ;-)
Have you taken these back to Nike? I work at Nike and happen to know they don’t like selling shoddy stuff. I had some Cole Haans that they refurbished...and as good as new.
Worth a shot! Just do it! :-)
LOL! Yeah I was playing pretty well today until the shoes were starting to fall apart again. Hitting wedge shots like Phil and putting like 17 year old Matteo Mannesero who will make Tiger obsolete.
I could probably make it on the tour if my shoes were not falling apart.
Thanks. I will contact them. There is some grunge guy at a coffee sandwich shop I see driving a black Nike 4-wheel truck with big light. It say 911 or something. Some new line. I was going to take em to him. He seems to have all day surfing the web on wireless.
I tried that in 6th grade...trouble with duct tape is that it quickly wears thru on the sole if you wrap it around the shoe. Any other method of adhesion is essentially useless. shoe goo is definitely the best option here, but Frantzie just wanted to make a whiny vanity...
Tiger glue! Why Tiger glue? Because once it’s oozed out, it sticks, forever! But speak highly of this glue, for once the amazement is gone, it quickly comes ‘unglued’!
$10 has got to be what its worth rather what it costs? Cheap for golf!
I read years ago that Nikes can be manufactured and shipped into the US for $5 per pair. It’s probably gone up since then, but the price is just insulting. They would still make a big profit if they were made in the USA. Isn’t globalism wonderful?
Give up, golf is not a sport, sport!
My mother, or was it grandmather, used ot make her own glue ouf of water, flour, and something else. Try it!