Want to learn how to spot fake Yeezy Yecoraite? Done with teh fake 380s?
If that’s so, then no worries as we’ve got you covered with this guide on how to spot fake Yeezy Boost 380 Yecoraite sneakers.
We’ve compiled all of the information with the best, yet the easiest ways to legit check Yeezy 380 Yecoraite pairs in both the Reflective and in the Non-Reflective versions.
Along with every method of teh guide on how to authenticate Yeezy Yecoraite pairs, you’ll see reference real vs fake 380 Yecoraite images.
These fake vs real Yeezy 380 Yecoraite images will visibly highlight the flaws on the fake shoes, as well as the right counterparts of the real ones.
To put it shortly, the fastest way to spot fake 380 Yecoraite pairs is to check the size tag. The fake 380 sneakers have their inscriptions on the size tag at the good font-weight, as they’re always either too thick or too thin. On the other hand, the genuine Yeezy Boost 380 pairs always have their size labels without any kind of flaw, being the opposite of the replicas.
Now as we’ve previously mentioned, we do consider the size tag as the very best way to spot a fake Yeezy Boost 380 Yecoraite pair of sneakers.
That’s actually why we’ve started the real vs fake Yeezy Yecoraite legit check guide with the size tag, as it is the best way to authenticate these shoes.
There’s six flaws that we’ve spotted on the fake Yeezys, and in order to avoid any confusion, we are going to talk about each flaw individually.
1 – The “MADE IN CHINA” text
The “MADE IN CHINA” inscription at the very top of the fake Yeezy 380s looks too thin, as the letters are way narrower and slimmer than what they’re supposed to be.
On the other hand, the authentic Yeezy 380s present their very same text at a thicker font-weight, as the real pair’s text is thicker and more defined than the fake one.
2 – “US UK FR JP CHN”
This line of text that says multiple countries’ measurement systems is also flawed on the fake Yeezys: the “US UK FR JP CHN” text looks too thin again, while the real pair’s text is thicker.
3 – The date of manufacturing the shoes
Looking at this print, you can see how the fake pair’s “10/20” inscription is too thin.
On the other hand, the genuine Yeezys have their same print with the date of manufacturing the shoes looking thicker and more defined than the fake one.
3 – The appearance of the MALE/MÂLE text
Both the real and fake Yeezy Ash Blue pairs may or may not have MALE/MÂLE inscriptions. So whether your sneakers feature the text or not, it is perfectly fine.
Therefore, we do not consider this specific inscription as a way of spotting the fake Yeezy Boost 380 Yecoraite pairs.
5 – The “adidas ®” text
Moving to the fifth step of the guide on how to authenticate Yeezy Boost 380 Yecoraite (RF x NRF), we now have to talk about the “adidas ®” text.
Looking at the replica Yeezy 380s, you can see how their “adidas ®” inscription looks too thin, while the real pair’s text is thicker and bulkier.
4 – The “APE/CLU/EVN” inscription
As a fun fact, the “APE” text and the rest of the inscriptions that appear in this side of the size tag indicate the factory assigned to manufacture your Yeezy 380 pair.
Observing the fake pair’s “APE” inscription, you can see how the text looks too thin, and how the authentic has its text thicker.
Moving forward to the second step of the guide on how to authenticate Yeezy Boost 380 Yecoraite sneakers, we are going to talk bit about the boost soles of these shoes.
The boost soles are the second best way to spot a fake pair of Yeezy 380 Yecoraite sneakers, hence why we recommend that you never skip over checking the boost soles.
The image with the fake vs real Yeezy Boost 380 Yecoraite soles above shows you how the fake pair’s “boost” text is improperly detailed.
In fact, that is because the fake Yecoraite’s “boost” text looks too sharp and too thin, since it is more visible than what it should be.
Speaking of what it should be like, you can see how the real Yeezy 380 Yecoraites have the same “boost” text looking smoother, less sharp and thicker than the fake pair’s “boost” text.
The third step of the guide on how to spot a fake Yeezy Yecoraite pair of shoes will have us going to the laces of these sneakers.
The genuine Yeezy Yecoraite pairs that have their laces in the same condition as they came in the box (meaning that they weren’t replaced) have one specific pattern they must follow.
Let’s have a look at in the real vs fake Yecoraite comparison image below.
In the picture with the fake vs real Yeezy Boost 380 Yecoraite sneakers above, we have pointed out how the fake pair’s laces inverted, as we call this flaw on the fake shoes.
So as to understand what’s wrong with the laces of the fake Yecoraites, let’s have a look at the pattern on of the authentic sneakers:
On the left shoe, the shoelace that comes from the left side must go below the one that comes from the right side, and on the right shoelace that comes from the right side has to go below the lace from the left side.
Looking at the image above, there we have highlighted the left shoe which has the left lace going above the one on the right side, instead of going below it.
The image with the fake vs real Yeezy 380 Yecoraite shoes above is a little bit more detailed and explained in a simpler way so that everything would be understood easier.
This is because the fake manufacturer can choose to lace their sneakers to mimic the authentic pattern although it is a replica.
Thus, we do not consider this to be a foolproof indicator of authenticity.
Moving to the fourth step of the guide on how to spot fake Yeezy 380 Yecoraite sneakers, we are going to have a quick look at the toe boxes of the real vs fake Yeezy Yecoraite sneakers, we’re now going to focus on the front side of the shoes.
In the image with the real vs fake Yeezy Boost 380 Yecoraite sneakers above, we have pointed out how the fake Yecoraite 380s have their toe box looking too little high.
On the other hand, the real shoes have their toe box inflated more than the fake one, hence why the real toe box has this higher look when compared to the fake toe box.
For the fifth and the last step of the guide on how to authenticate Yeezy Yecoraite sneakers, we’ll go to the rear side of the shoes, where we’ll check the middle stitching.
The image with the real vs fake Yeezy Boost 380 Yecoraite sneakers above shows you how the fake pair’s stitching is fit too deep inside the shoes, therefore looking larger than what it is supposed to be.
On the other hand, the authentic shoes have their same stitching looking thinner since it is fit less deep inside the shoes when compared to teh fake pair’s stitching.
The 5 real vs fake Yeezy Hylte steps outlined above are well detailed and it will be time demanding to perform each authentication step when you need to confirm the originality of your 380s.
That is why we have compiled this quick 60 seconds solution to authenticating your sneakers. Below are the top 5 indicators that can help you determine if you have a fake pair of sneakers or the real deal.
If you have read this guide and are still uncertain about whether your shoe is real or fake, the Legit Check App offers an authentication service to put your mind at ease.
Should you either not be confident in your ability to follow this guide or are simply lacking time, all you have to do is send us high-quality pictures of your Yeezy Boost 380s and we will get back to you with the results within 24 to 48 hours.
The steps we’ve written so far are the best ways to authenticate this item.
The next few steps are still reliable signs of authenticity, but are for non-top-versions of replicas available for this item. We recommend sticking to the steps we’ve explained above to make sure you’re not drawing the wrong conclusions.
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