Legit Check Air Jordans
Counterfeit vs. Real
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You can find nhái Nike shoes in stores all around the world. A counterfeiting ring smuggled thousands of counterfeit Nike Air Jordan sneakers into Thành Phố New York and New Jersey! Five people are each expected to tát receive trăng tròn years in prison for trafficking copy Air Jordans.
How can you tell if Jordans are fake?
Today we have two pairs of the Air Jordan 1 and we will have a good look at the small details that tell the big story of counterfeit Nikes. We will study the real Air Jordan shoe purchased directly from Nike and the counterfeit shoe imported from South Trung Quốc. You will learn how to tát tell if a Nike shoe is real or nhái. The secret to tát making a real sneaker legit kiểm tra is…quality shoemaking.
The price is right?
When shopping for real Nike shoes you should expect to tát pay real Nike prices. If you find a rare Air Jordan or a unique color at a price that is too good to tát be true… then it IS too good to tát be true. Low prices and beat up boxes are your first clue that you have a nhái, counterfeit, or illegally smuggled-in B-grade Nike shoe.
Make any mail-order or E-Bay purchases with trusted retailers. Remember, slightly used does not mean the shoes were real Nikes to tát start with.
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Air Jordan wings logo:
Studying the real Air Jordan and the nhái Air Jordan side-by-side, you can see the factory making copies did a nice job on the logo. The artwork on the nhái shoe is correct, but the real Jordan 1 logo is still embossed a little deeper into the leather. In this case, it’s hard to tát tell the difference until you look at the pattern of the cut parts. The real Nike does not have any stitching guides to tát help the stitchers locate the panels during assembly. The red logo panel of the nhái Nike is loaded with these little assembly guides. These assembly guides are not a sign of poor shoemaking and are very common, just not on the real Air Jordan.
The Jordan 1 heel strap stitching:
The Air Jordan 1 has a tiny heel tab that covers the back seams of the quarter panel and the Swoosh. You can see the back tab on the real (grey) Nike has two stitch lines as the quarter top lines cross over. Also, the đen kịt thread contrasts with the grey leather. On the nhái Jordan 1, a single stitch line crosses the tab and they used đen kịt thread on đen kịt leather. The stitching on the nhái matches the leather instead of contrasting it with the leather. Again this detail is not an indication of low-quality shoemaking, it is just not how the original was made.
You can also see the centering guides on the red leather parts of the nhái Jordan 1. The original Jordan does not show any assembly guides.
The Jordan 1 outsole logo:
If you look closely at the Nike logo on the outsole you can see the nhái artwork is wrong. The width of the letters is too narrow. Another obvious mistake is that the “K” of the nhái Nike logo is not touching the tail of the Swoosh. Additionally, when you look closely at the tread patterns you can see the nhái (red) tread has glossy spaces between the tread features where the grey does not.
The Jordan 1 tongue logo:
Next, get a good look at the woven label attached to tát the tongue top. The nhái Jordan is missing the registered trademark circle “R”. I know it’s strange, but Nike likes to tát have the circle “R” twice on the woven label. On the backside of the woven logo label (below), you will see the trademark information in English and French. The nhái has the wrong lettering style and the tag is stitched on crooked. Crooked parts are a sure sign of poor shoemaking.
The Jumpman size tag
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Inside the shoe, you will see the size label with the Jordan Jumpman logo (above). The nhái shoe has the tag welded to tát the back of the tongue. On the real Jordan 1, the tag is sewn down on the inside.
The Jordan 1 tongue lace keeper:
The lace keeper is a small point but a dead giveaway when looking for fakes. The real Nike shoe has simple cuts in the tongue fabric to tát act as the lace keeper. This construction looks pretty low rent for a $120 basketball shoe, but this is how the original was made. The counterfeit Nike has a small piece of fabric added as the lace keeper.
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