HOW TO SPOT A FAKE STONE ISLAND WOOL HAT
This Stone Island hat comparison teaches you how to spot fake Stone Island hats so that you can legit check similar Stone Island wool hats that you may be interested in buying or have already bought. Unfortunately, people sometimes (knowingly or not) sell fakes as real. Use this video as a guide to help you spot replica stone island.
Disclaimer: This type of content is published to assist individuals who wish to identify a product’s authenticity. Counterfeits are not endorsed. Since genuine and counterfeit items are both subject to change over time, no guide can be wholly conclusive. These posts should be treated as supplementary tips to help you spot fakes you are already suspicious, or unsure of. We are not affiliated with any other brand.
IMAGE COMPARISON GUIDE
1. The fake Stone Island hat is on the left and real Stone Island hat is on the right. Both are the N10B5 model in the “Olive Green” colourway. The fake hat is much darker than it should be though so we already know that it is not genuine.
2. The ribbed wool knit is tighter on the real Stone Island hat. This is particularly clear if you compare the lower parts of the hat that have been folded over – note how each knitted column is closer together on the genuine hat.
Content below this point is restricted to members only
Sign up below to access the full authentication guide which includes exclusive tips covering important details such as labels, hidden codes, tags, bar-codes, packaging & more.