This guide shows fake vs real Yeezy Boost 350 V2 comparisons of the extra tags. Note that this is one LC guide that’s part of a checklist — see the full list of fake vs real Yeezy guides in the Legit Check App.
If you’re looking other legit check techniques for the Yeezy Boost 350 V2, start with the box guide.
We’ll call “extra labels” what you’ll see below on this pair of Yeezy Boost 350 V2.
On the left side, you’ll notice the extra labels that usually come with the EU/Canada pairs. The European/Canadian pairs have 6 sizes on the box label.
If this sounds confusing, have a look at the box guide for Yeezy Boost 350 V2s. We’ve displayed the fake vs real comparison with pictures there.
On the right side of the picture above, you’ll notice the extra label that comes with the US pairs (whose boxes have 3 sizes on the box label).
We have noticed seen fake pairs of Yeezy Boost 350 V2 come with extra labels, but only after the Static colourway. To see the order in which these Yeezy 350 V2 colourways were released, have a look at the menu within our app.
All Yeezy Boost 350 V2 colourways are listed there and arranged chronologically (in other words, sequenced as they were released).
What that means if you’re looking to legit check the Yeezy sneakers is that pairs before the Yeezy Static colourway coming with these labels have a higher chance of being authentic.
That’s not to say the pair’s automatically authentic, so please pay attention to the other points of our checklist within the app.
For pairs released after the Yeezy Static colourway, you’d need to pay attention to:
The extra label should be an important factor in authentication the 350 V2 model.
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