HOW TO SPOT REPLICA OFF-WHITE NIKE AIR PRESTO SNEAKERS
This real vs replica Off-White Nike comparison aims to educate you on how to spot fake Off White Nike Air Presto sneakers so that you can carry out a legit check on similar Off-White Nike shoes that you might be interested buying or have already bought. The black Off-White Nike Air Prestos are a follow-up to the initial Air prestos that released as part of the Off-White Nike ten collection. They retailed for £130 on Nike’s SNEAKRS app. The Off-White Nike Air Prestos were released in triple white too. The collaboration between Nike & Off-White has been one of the biggest deals in fashion and due to the hype, many replicas are being sold as real, both knowingly & unknowingly. Use this guide to help you spot the replica Off White Nike Prestos.
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IMAGE COMPARISON GUIDE
1. The real Off White Nike Air Presto sneaker is on the left and the replica is on the right.
2. Many replica Off White Nike Prestos have small errors on them which therefore makes it possible to identify real from fake when taking a closer look. These errors often relate to colour, material texture, engraving/print sharpness and quality control. In the upcoming images you will be able to see multiple examples of this.
3. Before the full breakdown begins, here is a look at the other side of the shoe. The first difference you may notice is how much clearer the Off-White text is (under the cage) on the real Off White Nike Prestos.
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