Yes, you can often return Nike shoes to a store if they are in brand-new, unworn condition with the original receipt or proof of purchase. However, it is essential to confirm the return policy with the outlet store where you purchased the shoes, as rules may vary.
Nike has a legitimate online store, but it is only accessible through the company’s official website, Nike.com.
Online, fake “outlet” stores are proliferating. If you purchased a product via the company’s official website or retail locations, you will be able to return it.
Be wary of fraudulent websites.
Depending on the terms and conditions, Nike shoes may be returned to the Nike retailer. Typically, they are returnable within 30 days. The salesman must notify you of the terms and conditions.
Where did you acquire these?
Yes, if you bought them online, at Nike.com, or at a Nike shop. Nike Outlets accept returns from all of its approved retail locations (not to be confused with Nike Licensed Retailers, like Foot Locker and Finish Line – which Nike Outlets do NOT accept returns from).
Nike’s return policy permits the return of shoes and apparel within 30 days of the date of shipment.
You may return shoes and apparel after 30 days, but only if they are unworn and unwashed.
Even if a product has a fault or manufacturing error, you have up to two years from the date of initial production to return it.
Ensure that the apparel or footwear includes a tag with the product’s date of manufacture.
If a client returns apparel or footwear without this tag, Nike will investigate the item to discover if the original manufacturing date can be determined.
It may happen Nike gift cards are non-returnable.
You can review their terms and return policies on their official website.