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I bought a pair of Men's Everlast Sneekers in April of 2016 but did wear them until July and the second time I wore them I noticed that the eyelets were tearing and if I wore them one more time they would have torn through on both shoes. I went by Sears with my receipt and of course they said they could not take them back but acknowledged they were defective. They gave me the 800 Sears Customer Service number and suggested I call which I did but I got the same story and they said I should call the manufacturer as they were responsible for any defects-Everlast-which I did and was I surprised when Everlast informed me after looking up the Model that they were NOT the manufacturer but in fact Sears/K-Mart was and that Sears only licensed their name to put on the goods. After spending over 3 1/2 hours of phone calls and calling Sears back again and dealing with only Filipinos (no disrespect) I asked for a stateside person to call me and they never did. I feel regardless of Sears' return policy they have a duty both as a retailer not to sell defective products and as a manufacturer not to make defective products. I liked the sneekers so was even willing to do an exchanges but they refused that as well. Poor Customer Service Sears and I will file with my local State Attorney General's Office under Consumer Affairs as well as possibly the Federal Trade Commission for this false and fraudulent activity and failure to honor their warranties-direct or implied!