HOW TO SPOT FAKE YEEZY 350 V2 OREO
This real vs fake Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Oreo post shares a select number of tips regarding how to spot fake Yeezy Oreo sneakers. Yeezys are amongst the most replicated sneakers in the world so be careful when shopping online from stores that are not authorised retailers. NOTE: This article only consists of a few handpicked real vs fake Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Oreo pictures (it is not a full guide).
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1. The fake Yeezy Oreo sneakers are on the left and the authentic Yeezy Oreo sneakers are on the right. An easy way to legit check Yeezy shoes (any model) is to pay attention to the box and its contents. Often, fake Yeezy sneakers are packaged in beat-up boxes and do not contain the paper padding that comes with authentic Yeezys. Whilst you will still need to inspect the shoes, such details can already give you a hint towards the shoe’s authenticity.
2. Beware of replica Yeezy receipts. This Foot Locker receipt is widely replicated and is often used to trick people into thinking fake Yeezys are authentic.
3. Observing the inner labels can be helpful when trying to learn how to spot fake Yeezy Oreo sneakers, or any other Yeezy sneakers for that matter. The print on the inner label of these replica Yeezy Oreos lacks crispness and some of the characters/digits looked smudged which should not be the case.
4. On the insoles of authentic Yeezy Oreo sneakers you should not be able to see holes within the “adidas Yeezy” logo print.
5. Under flash photography, the three stripes on the inner lining of the authentic Yeezy Oreo sneakers had a more colourful reflective shine in comparison to the stripes on the replica Yeezy Oreos.
6. The wording underneath the ‘BY1604’ model code is incorrect on the fake Yeezy box sticker. Moreover, a significant amount of the text on the counterfeit box is printed in the wrong font.