HOW TO SPOT A FAKE MONCLER DANIEL JACKET
This real vs replica Moncler guide aims to educate you on how to spot a fake Moncler jacket so that you can carry out a legit check on a similar Moncler coat that you may be interested buying or have already bought. The exact model name of the real piece is the Moncler Daniel jacket or the Moncler Daniel Giubbotto. It retails for £595 at official Moncler stores and is currently sold out online. Always beware of the fact that fakes, i.e. replicas of luxury designer brand clothing, are sold by many people, sometimes knowingly or, at other times, unknowingly. Use this video as a guide to help you spot replica Moncler jackets so you can avoid authenticity issues.
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IMAGE COMPARISON GUIDE
1. The real Moncler Daniel jacket is on the left.
2. Starting off with the badge, which is always going to be useful authentication detail, note how the stitching on the fake badge does not travel around the logo properly. The badge on real Moncler jackets is more presentable.
3. On the triangular tag of a real Moncler jacket, words and logos are engraved clearly and boldly. In contrast, the details on the replica Moncler jacket’s tag do not stand out as much. Spelling errors are another major sign of fakes – In the word “AUTHENTIQUE”, there is an “O” instead of a “Q” on the fake tag.
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