HOW TO SPOT FAKE YEEZY 350 V2 BELUGA 2.0
This real vs fake Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0 review will help you to legit check Beluga Yeezys that you own or are looking to buy. With the Yeezy hype continuing, there are now so many replica Yeezys in circulation. Those looking to buy authentic Yeezy Beluga 2.0 sneakers can use this guide to help with spotting fakes.
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 replica Yeezy Beluga 2.0 sneaker is on the left and the authentic Yeezy Beluga 2.0 is on the right. Straight away you will notice the difference in colour; the upper of the fake Yeezy Beluga is too dark grey and the three stripes on the inner lining of the heel are too bright (this photo was taken under regular indoor lighting).
2. Real vs fake Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0 toe box comparison: In this case, the stitching through the middle of the authentic Yeezy Beluga is more subtle and also more spaced out. Bear in mind that Adidas contracts more than one factory to produce Yeezy sneakers so, as mentioned in the disclaimer at the start of the article, this particular tip will not necessarily apply to every Yeezy Beluga 2.0.
3. From this side view, the biggest difference is the colour. The upper is not coloured correctly and the sole is a little too transparent on the replica Yeezy Beluga. You may also want to look out for obvious glue marks around where the soles touch the upper e.g. see around toe area on the fake Yeezy sneaker.
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