Legit Check Guide, Fake VS Real

This is a guide to help compare between Fake and Real. These are a few pictures and descriptions that will assist you as a buyer or seller to find 100% authentic items. Please look at the pictures carefully and click on them for larger quality.

Fake- 2015 Yeezy 750 Triple Black. The indention of the boost circles are too deep on the fake pair.
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Fake- 2015 Yeezy 750 Triple Black. I don’t have another pair of 2015 Yeezy 750 Triple Black to compare so I will use the chocolate 750. The size 9.5 is the triple black and the size 8 is the chocolate. First location to check is the box before the shoes. The font size on the sticker is wrong size and tilted. The head of the man logo should be connected on an authentic box. The box material is also different. The fake is smoother and have less in-depth circles.
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Fake- 2016 Yeezy 350 V2 Copper. These Yeezy primeknit is so good its almost hard to tell. Its always the small details that give the shoe away between real and fake. This legit check guide is only for V2 coppers. Font size on the labels for the hang tag are suppose to be thinner on the authentic pairs, the fake pairs are thicker.
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Real- 2016 Yeezy 350 V2 Copper. The font size on the authentic hang tag is thinner as pictured.
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Fake and Real- 2016 Yeezy 350 V2 Copper. The back tab must have a flash picture taken in order to see the color of the material. The nylon on the fake(1st Picture) stays black while the authentic becomes purple black(2nd Picture).
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Fake and Real- 2016 Yeezy 350 V2 Copper. The authentic box states Cblack and does not completely spell out Core Black. Fake pair boxes completely writes out Core Black.
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Fake and Real- 2016 Yeezy 350 V2 Copper. Size tag inside the shoe states clearly 16 for the year on authentic pairs. Fake pairs have a blur 16.
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Fake and Real- 2016 Yeezy 350 V2 Copper. The insoles on authentic has the print closer to the back of the insoles rather than the fake. The sizing in copper V2 should be only in whole sizes and not in half insole sizes.
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FAKE- 2014 Jordan Infrared VI. Here is a sample picture of a real and fake pair. They look almost identical. Take a picture of the VI without flash and if the 3M doesn’t shine as bright, its most likely not legit. We show a picture of a fake pair underneath. Also the fake pair has a sloppier glue job.
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FAKE- 2014 Jordan Infrared VI. Never buy a new shoe without the box. It gives the new item a higher chance of fraudulence. The seller stated this new pair came in “replacement” box without shoe size sticker or stamp code. This increases the chance of your pair being fake.
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FAKE- 2014 Jordan Infrared VI. These are super hard to spot. Production date is wrong. Fake dates are 5/14/14 to 6/10/14. Real dates are 6/11/14 to 7/10/14. This is a picture of an early release shoe size tag.
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FAKE- Shoes are becoming harder and harder to spot FAKES. At first glance, these 2012 Jordan XI Bred are hardly noticeable but the flaws will be shown. They were mainly not noticeable upon the shoe but the box has many flaws.IMG_3493

FAKE- 2012 Jordan XI Bred is missing the Nike sticker behind the box. IMG_3499

REAL- 2012 Jordan IX Doernbecher authentic has a Nike sticker behind the box. IMG_3498

FAKE- 2012 Jordan XI Bred font are blurry and wrong size compared to an authentic box.IMG_3501

REAL- 2012 Jordan IX Doernbecher authentic font and size.IMG_3500

FAKE- 2012 Jordan XI Bred price tag is blurry. Price tag is blurry in person.IMG_3503

REAL- 2012 Jordan IX Doernbecher price tag is clear. Price tag is clear in person.IMG_3505

 

FAKE- The carbon fiber is plastic and one of the squares is missing.IMG_3632

 

FAKE- Check the tongue, the Jordan sign is actually on the 4th hole. Authentic Bred XI are on the 3rd hole.IMG_3633

 

FAKE- This style of Jordan Bred XI did not come out 2008 but actually 2000 when the shoe size tag were in this style. The bar code and date is not attached like the way they are on authentic Jordan’s in this era.

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REAL- Authentic Bred XI have the Jordan sign on the 3rd hole.IMG_3703

FAKE and Real- The men size sticker font is wrong on the size 8.5 and the size 14 is authentic for Bred XI. PLEASE CLICK THE PICTURE TO SEE DETAILS
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FAKE- Take a look at the midsole carefully. The color for the gold and red are off.IMG_3636
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FAKE- Jordan Olympic VII did not come out 2006 but actually 2004. The bar code and date is not attached like they are on authentic Jordan’s in this era.IMG_3637

 

REAL- Look at the authentic colorway.
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7 Responses to “Legit Check Guide, Fake VS Real”

  1. jonestyjuan32 August 16, 2015 at 10:52 AM Permalink

    This is a legit page thumbs up

  2. whitedevilz July 31, 2016 at 4:35 PM Permalink

    Here is a question. I have never seen a fake or replica above a size 13 before. I do not condone fakes/replicas. However I have always made sure to do my homework when purchasing outside of major retailers none the less. I recently purchased a pair of size 14 nike SB RESN dunks (guccis) for a great price. I was shocked tho when the same supplier restocked another size 14 of the same shoe 2 days later. Given that these released in ’09 and 14 is prob the hardest size to come by it made me 2nd guess my purchase. I can find nothing that would make me think they aren’t legit I can’t find anything on the net regarding replicas of this shoe much less in a size 14. I welcome any input on this… Thanks

  3. J September 7, 2016 at 2:10 AM Permalink

    Can i get the production date for AJ 6 black infrared 6 size 10.5 thanks

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