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PED V, 3

Сегодня впервые в жизни воспользовалась гарантией на обувь. Она такая короткая, всего один месяц, что проблемы обычно начинаются позже. Но вот вчера я упала в новых сандалиях, купленных в начале месяца, и у них лопнул шов, и из него выскочил весь материал, который пятку держит. (Упала мягко, только брюки пришлось стирать.)

Взяли в ремонт. Любопытно, однако. Ремонт производят прямо в магазине ("Терволина"), но только такой, гарантийной обуви. Какое же у неё у всей качество, если регулярный ремонтный пункт нужен?


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Today I used shoe warranty for the first time in my life. It is always so short, only a month-long, that the problems start later. Yet yesterday I fell in my new sandals, and the seam burst, leaving the slip of material that holds the heel to slip out. (The fall was not serious.)

They took the shoes to repair them at the store. Curious though, they have a repair shop there, but only for just-sold-shoes. What does it say about their quality if such a regular repair place is needed?

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captivebird
Aug. 22nd, 2014 03:40 pm (UTC)
Glad you didn't hurt yourself! And I hope that the sandals are securely mended for future wearing.

Unless we have a sudden surge of late good weather, sandal season seems almost over here. I hate having to go back to wearing fully enclosed shoes after the barefoot-in-sandal summer months. :-/
kehlen_crow
Aug. 23rd, 2014 03:30 pm (UTC)
I also love sandals, especially open-nosed ones, and can only agree with you about the end of the season. Probably, that's because between hot summer and cold autumn there comes a time when central heating is not yet on, and it is not really cold, but chilly, and my feet give me grief then: they are cold and damp, and I have to change socks once or twice a day, ew.
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