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Mens and Womens - NIKE Flex Experience RN Shoes from $37.99 - Delivered @ Kogan

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I personally love the NIKE Flex styles! Best price I have ever paid too!

Merry Christmas to you All!!!

Mens and Womens - NIKE Flex Experience RN from $37.99 -Delivered

Prices discounted in cart @ check out

MENS

Nike Flex RN 2018 (Black/Lime/Grey) $50.99 - Delivered
https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/nike-flex-rn-2018-blacklimegrey...

Nike Men's Flex Experience RN 8 (Black/Grey) from $43.98 Delivered SOLD OUT
https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/nike-mens-fex-experience-rn-8-b...

Nike Men's Flex Experience RN 8 (Grey/Lime) $42.99 - Delivered SOLD OUT
https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/nike-mens-flex-experience-rn-8-...

Nike Men's Flex Experience RN 8 (Midnight Navy/White) $42.99 - Delivered SOLD OUT
https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/nike-mens-flex-experience-rn-8-...

WOMENS

Nike Women's Flex Experience RN (Black/Grey) $41.99 - Delivered
https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/nike-womens-flex-experience-rn-...

Nike Women's Flex Experience RN 8 (Black) $42.99 - Delivered
https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/nike-womens-flex-experience-rn-...

Nike Flex Experience RN 8 Women's Running Shoe (Aluminum/Metallic Silver/Blue Void/White) $46.99 - Delivered
https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/nike-flex-experience-rn-8-women...

Nike Women's Flex Experience RN 6 Running Shoe (Wolf Grey/Hot Punch/Platinum)$37.99 - Delivered SOLD OUT
https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/nike-womens-flex-experience-rn-...

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    One user mentioned these shoes from Kogan are fake?

    • +3 votes

      Ahhh don't say that, I ordered three pairs earlier..

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      Might be. Alot of sellers on there seem dodgy and they inflate prices of chinese materials and trying to fool us.

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      How did they know they were fake? Had they purchased from Kogan before?

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        Those who said they were 90% sure they were fake did compare those they bought from Kogan to ones in an Australian retailer with a store front. I have no experience buying shoes from Kogan but have had good experience with Sportsdirect so hope Kogan is not selling fake shoes.

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          Ah OK. I just did a search and read the comments from today. I’m curious if any of those people who say they are fake contacted Kogan about their 90% suspicion or reported them to whoever you report fake stuff to?

          • +5 votes

            @chichi: They probably just expected better quality from Tommy than they actually experienced.

            Just like the Nike top I bought from amazon was terrible, but I doubt amazon sold me a fake Nike.

            Brands themselves don’t just have one factory making out everything, diversity of supply chain in location and supplier ensures no single point of failure, hence small differences in cut and shape as some people experience.

            Edit: side note on reviews. Two terrible one star reviews and one good one makes the average 4/5 stars…wtf amazon lol

            • +2 votes

              @cloudy: I’m guessing you might be referring to my comment on the tommy top.
              I own numerous (about 8) Tommy Hilfiger/jeans tees which I’ve bought from official Tommy store, ASOS etc, and they all have the triangle thing at the under the collar of the back.
              You can see it on pictures too, (go on ASOS, Myer and search up their tees) and you can see the triangle thing at the back
              Whereas the Kogan one I ordered didn’t have it, and the pictures on Catch’s site doesn’t have the triangle either.
              Also note that the triangle thing is on all their polos too…

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              @cloudy: check that amazon reviews again! 5 ratings, not 3.

    • -3 votes

      It’s not fake.. it’s just made in Asian country or may be tax free products…

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      There's AliExpress fakes that are hard to spot. Clues are lower quality printing and differences in fabric.

    • +1 vote

      It's interesting you mention that. I purchased some Asics Gel-Nimbus 19s (size 6) from Kogan, and based the size on my last Asics pair (Asics Gel-Nimbus 18s (size 6)) only this time they didn't fit, completely different sizing and they are refusing to exchange. Both shoes even say 23.0cm. I am fighting this with Kogan at the moment, terrible service to be honest. Only offering store credit, no refund, no size exchange even if I am happy to wait. Makes me question if they are even genuine. Investigating further with ASICS direct now.

    • +5 votes

      Bought about half a dozen shoes from Kogan (New Balance, ASICS, Saucony & Nike). I have also purchased exactly the same shoes from Running Warehouse (New Balance Zante 4, but in different colourway). Kogan's pair appears to be the same & the mid-sole feels similar.

      I think these are genuine products, but might be variants for different market?

  • -1 vote

    Could credit the deals that helped

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    Delivery coming up as $28 for me. No option to enter coupon codes?

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      Not that I could find. The only option I could see for shipping was using that Kogan First option.

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    Damn sold on flex 6.5

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    can you actually do sports with these?

  • +1 vote

    Some Pureboosts for $60 Mens size 10, 11, and 12

    https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/adidas-mens-pureboost-running-s...

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    Don't forget cash reward

  • +2 votes

    Was about to order this and some other Nike stuff but the returns policy seems pretty terrible. 1 exchange per order, I assume its 1 exchange per item but who knows and after reading further into their policy, must be within 14 days (keep that in mind for Christmas gifts). I would just wait out for a sale at a reputable store that has a decent returns policy when buying clothing.

    • +2 votes

      They have to also abide by Australian laws though so if you don't get the item you ordered or you suspect it's a fake then the 1 exchange or 14 day period doesn't matter

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        Change of size or mind doesn't really fall under that though. Concern is that the size is wrong initially, and then the new one doesn't fit either - you're out of luck. Or if your size is out of stock, from my understanding of their policy, you're only given a Kogan store credit.

        • +1 vote

          I bought 4 pairs of ASICS from Kogan in the Black Friday sales for myself and my family. We have ASICS already that we had fitted at athletes foot, so I assumed as we knew our size it would be fairly straightforward buying online. All 4 pairs from Kogan were way too small (which makes me suspect they are fakes), therefore I had to return all 4 pairs! I contacted Kogan the day after receiving the items, and it took them 8 days to send me the return labels. I returned the shoes the day of receiving the labels and am still waiting for my credit. They have said they don’t give refunds or exchanges, so the only option is to receive a Kogan credit and to use that to buy the correct size - when the credit eventually is given…and the shoes will probably no longer be on sale then. It’s not worth the hassle…

          • +1 vote

            @IamMe: If you do suspect they are fake I think there is an argument for a refund rather than a credit.

          • +1 vote

            @IamMe: I'm a long tong time Asics user.

            They have changed their cut on some models, making them thinner and tighter.

            So unless you got the exact same version of the model you were fitted with, most likely they have gotten smaller.

            Also, buying online, they mostly list US sizes. Make sure you are matching size correctly.

            I've also bought different shoes, Nike, Asics etc from Kogan over the years and never got fakes. The shoe companies take this stuff very seriously, so I highly doubt Kogan would get away with selling fakes.

  • -1 vote

    Comes back to normal price for me

  • +1 vote

    Cheers, paid $31 delivered for the Nike Men's Flex Experience RN 8 (Grey/Lime) with the free Kogan First trial.

    • +3 votes

      Bought the same with the free Kogan First trial , but go into your Kogan A/C under First trial and set a reminder for 3 day's before it is due for payment so you remember to cancel.
      Cheers

      • +2 votes

        If you're on Gmail, it may come under the 'Promotions' tab which doesn't push notifications for me. So beware of that (unless you've set to receive Kogan emails in your main Inbox).

      • +1 vote

        Yup, ticked that and also set a reminder on my phone calendar ;).

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        it accepted my empty coles prepaid mastercard for the trial.

        do they really try to bill you before the 14 days are up?

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      do you have to add the $99 kogan first to your cart for the trial to work?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks, bought a couple of pairs for me and my girlfriend. Well worth a scour through the other items as I picked up some gel kayano's and Nike Metcons in my size for silly cheap prices!

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    Is it just nike 50% off?

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    Not sure whether Logan sells fake product or not but had an experience seeing highly inflated prices during blackfriday sale. Their WiFi doorbell was $120 just 3 day before sale started so I was hoping to buy during sale but price gone to $199…!!

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    thanks OP! got the black ones for $31

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    I'm a sneaker head myself, so I'm not shitting on paying for decent shoes, but (profanity), these Nike Flex's are literally a copy paste $25 K-Mart runner with a swoosh on it.

    For this slight increase in price, they're probably worth it through, but never pay more than $50 for these.

  • +1 vote

    Here is another one for men: $85 down to $34: https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/nike-mens-flex-contact-2-black-...

    Standard black/white style, and all sizing in stock.

  • +5 votes

    I now have more shoes than Imelda Marcos.

    • +3 votes

      Feck me, same here. Ironically I use to tease my friend for owning too many.

      Ozbargain changed me

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    Nike Men's Flex Experience RN 8 (Black/Grey) from $43.98 Delivered
    https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/nike-mens-fex-experience-rn-8-b...
    Sold Out bar for US12's

  • +1 vote

    After reading these posts, now I am beginning to worry that these are fake Nike. Bought quite a few for my family.

    Makes me wonder why would a big company like Kogan want to spoil their reputation?

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      Highly doubt that Kogan would sell fakes. These shoes are just cheaper variants of Nike’s main shoes.

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    Weird flex by OK

  • +1 vote

    I got 3 shoes (not these ones) during the 50% big brand. No shoe expert but they look OK to me. Do note that you can filter by what is sold by kogan.com vs 3rd party sellers (which might be more suspect - same as how amazon market gets fake).

  • +1 vote

    I tried on some Nike Flex shoes at a local sports shop. I'm not sure if they were the same ones but they were pretty cheap. All I can say is that it wasn't a quality shoe. It had next to no heel support and you could roll the whole shoe up in a ball. I guess that's why they call it "flex". I wouldn't use it for any sort of sport.

    • +1 vote

      They are for people that dont want support and want to feel the surface they run on. Not that I would try running in them.

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    Why is it back to normal price for.me nooo ;;

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    Is it just me or does their size chart seem incorrect? No idea which size to grab… I'm usually a European 41/Australian 9.5-10

  • +3 votes

    Thanks Op, $34 for black/grey Nike Flex delivered with Kogan First. Just came in the mail today, I was a bit worried re: people’s comments about knockoffs but they look, feel & fit true to size for me; very happy. Thanks for the heads up!

    • +1 vote

      You legend! Thanks for taking the time to message! It is always nice to read positivity! I am patiently waiting for mine! haha Have a great Christmas :)

    • +2 votes

      I also agree with this comment. Bought the same pair of the Nike Flex and arrived yesterday, very good quality shoe and fits very well.

  • -2 votes

    Ugly AF!

  • +1 vote

    Got a USED shoe… :(

  • +2 votes

    I just received one of the Pairs today! They look perfect and the build quality seems great and sturdy!

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    I chased up Asics and got the following reply:

    Hi *******,

    ASICS Oceania Pty Ltd does not stock products to Kogan or any other sites such as Catch of the Day. We therefore are unable to confirm if the product they are selling is authentic A grade product.

    If you have any issues we suggest you return them to Kogan or contact the department of consumer protection in your state.

    Sorry we can not be of more help.

    Kind regards.

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      These were all NIKE my friend!

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        Yep. I'm still waiting on a reply from Nike. If I can I'll update my previous comment with more context. Otherwise just be wary of Kogan. This is some shady shit

      • +1 vote

        Ok so here's what a rep of Nike had to say.

        Nike Rep:
        I am sorry but we really do not have ways to authenticate. You can check the shop where you purchased the item.
        Nike Rep:
        We do not validate or authenticate I am really sorry.
        Nike Rep:
        You may check this link https://www.nike.com/au/help/a/nike-product-authenticity
        Me:
        ok nwz
        Me:
        thanks
        Nike Rep:
        On the other hand, I can assure that all items are legit if it from our authorized retailers and from us Nike.com
        Nike Rep:

        AUSTRALIA

        Hyped (Pacific)
        Rebel Sport
        Stylerunner (Pacific)
        Surfstitch (Australia)
        The Iconic
        Sneakerboy
        Glue
        Platypuss Shoes
        Supply
        Mode Sportify
        Culture Kings
        Subtype
        Highs and Lows
        Pace Athletic
        Fast Times
        City Beach
        Precinct
        Loaded
        Kickz101
        The Athletes Foot
        Sports

        And Kogan is not on the list. Therefore these NIKE's could very well be non genuine.

        • +1 vote

          They don’t seem overly worried though. Neither do ASICS. Weird.

        • +1 vote

          No The Footlocker?

        • +1 vote

          Kogan are grey importers - so they won't be on Nike's list of Australian distributors.

          I've checked my pair through multiple "spot the fake" sites and they've checked out - as far as I can tell!

          As for the ever so helpful Nike, their How to Spot a Fake site is next to useless - but they do have a report a counterfeit email - counterfeit@nike.com

          If you believe they are fakes, report them. Kogan may give you the run around, but Nike can at least bring some pressure to bear.

  • +1 vote

    Good deal!!!

  • +1 vote

    Whilst Kogan hasn’t removed the 60% off banner it appears that the 60% discount is no longer removed at checkout.

    Just a heads up, tried to buy my girlfriend two pairs today; after just receiving the shoes I got for my folks (who were very happy, thanks RWONG) & found the discount no longer working.

    Thanks again for sharing this great deal Op, was able to outfit most of the family with very comfortable, bargain priced, quality sneakers.

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      Thank you for passing on the information! It is a shame the discount is no longer working. I just reported it as expired!

      Mine are really good and the arch support in them is awesome. I am happy you appreciate them too!

      Happy new Year :)

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