How To Spot Fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe – Real Vs Fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe

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Wondering how to spot fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe? Afraid of being scammed?

Then no wonder, you’ve come into the right place in order to learn how to spot fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe sneakers.

In this real vs fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe legit check guide, we have put together a few spots that you have to check in order to learn how to spot fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe sneakers.

If you are looking for a guide on how to spot fake Air Jordan 1 Black Toe, we’ve got you covered as well. Clicking here would redirect you to our library of guides on how to spot fake Air Jordan 1 Black Toe, the classic colourway.

How to spot fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe

The fastest way to spot fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe sneakers is to check the interior tongue label with multiple lines of text, because the printed text on the label of the fake shoes never compares its quality to the legit shoes, as there is a major difference between the real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe pairs.

Step 1: Real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe interior tongue label

As we said previously, we consider the interior tongue label with multiple lines of text as the most reliable sign of authenticity, when speaking of the Air Jordan 1 sneakers, and that’s why we are starting this real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe legit check guide with the interior tongue label.

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In the real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have their text improperly positioned and font-weighted.

Before we begin to explain any flaw on the fake Satin Black Toe AJ1s, we would first like to mention that the main font-weight flaw on the fake shoes is that the letters are thinner than they are supposed to be.

First of all, looking at the “TRADEMARKS” text, you can see how the fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe sneakers have their text wavy and slanted, as the letters are not positioned at the same level.

On the other hand, the retail AJ1 Satin Black Toes have all of their letters placed at the same level, not having any of the letters placed either higher or lower, unlike the fake shoes.

Moving on to the first “SWOOSH ®” text, you can see how the fake AJ1 Satin Black Toes have their text looking too thin, while the retail AJ1s have their text looking thicker than the fake shoes’.

Up next, looking at the “MARQUES” text, it is visible in the real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe image above how the fake shoes have their text looking too thin and less defined than the text seen on the retail pair.

On the same line, you can see how the same defining and font-weight flaw from the “MARQUES” text applies to the “GARANTIE” text as well, as the fake shoes have their text looking too thin and too little defined.

The “QUALITE” text on the same line of text with the two previous prints has its letters looking slanted and crooked, as they are not properly positioned.

In fact, the fake shoes have their letters improperly filled, as some of the letters are not properly printed (for instance, look at the letter “U”).

On the other hand, the authentic AJ1 Satin Black Toes have their “QUALITE” text looking more defined, as all of the letters have their shapes that craft the letters looking completed and printed in a better way than the fake shoes’ letters.

Lastly, looking at the second and the last “SWOOSH ®” text, it is visible in the fake vs real AJ1 Satin Black Toe image above how the fake shoes have their letters looking too thick and too wide compared to the characters on the legit Air Jordan 1s.

Step 2: Fake vs real Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe hourglass shape

As for the second step of the guide on how to spot fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe sneakers, we are going to verify the real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toes from the rear side.

By hourglass, we mean that the authentic Air Jordan 1s must look curvier on the upper and bottom sides of the shoe, and in the middle, they have to be narrow.

The fake shoes usually mistake this shape, and they look like a straight tube, without any curvings or narrowings.

Let’s have a quick look at the reference real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe image in order to visualise this easier.

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As you can see in the fake vs real AJ1 Satin Black Toe image above, the authentic shoe has a curvy look on the upper and. bottom sides of the shoe, and in the middle, they look narrow.

On the other hand, the fake shoes do curve a bit, but not as much as to count them as having the hourglass shape, because the look of the fake shoes is far from looking the same as the legit shoes’ shape.

Now, let’s also have a look at a more detailed fake vs real AJ1 Satin Black Toe image, since the one above wasn’t as helpful as the one below.

aj1 satin black toe fake vs real

In the fake vs real AJ1 Satin Black Toe image above, we’ve drawn four lines in order to point out the correct and the wrong shape of the shoes.

Once again, if you look at the legit shoes, you can see how they are curvy and narrow in the middle, while the fake shoes are really not so bumpy.

As for the third step of the guide on how to spot fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe sneakers, we are going to have a look at the text on the classic Air Jordan logo.

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In the real vs fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe image above, we have pointed out how the fake Satin AJ1s have their text improperly font-weighted.

By that, we mean that the fake shoes have their “AIR JORDAN” text looking too thick and fit too deep when compared to the authentic Satin Black Toe Air Jordan 1s.

Since at the previous step of the guide on how to spot fake Aj Satin Black Toe we were talking about the lettering on the Air Jordan logo, we are now going to analyze the real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe pairs for the wings on the same logo.

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As you can see in the fake vs real Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have their wings badly positioned, as there is too much distance between each wing.

On the authentic Satin Black Toe 1s, the wings are placed closer to each other, having less distance between them, unlike the fake shoes which have too much space between each wing.

Step 5: Check the toe box of your Satin Black Toe AJ1

Proceeding to the fifth step of the guide on how to spot fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe, we are going to look at the real vs fake Aj1 Satin Black Toe pairs for the toe box.

The toe box’s perforations

First of all, let’s talk about the perforations on the toe box, and then, we’ll check out the real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe pairs for the weight of the toe box.

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In the real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have their perforations looking wider and bigger than the legit shoes’ perforations.

Then, the legitimate Satin Black Toe 1s have their perforations on the toe box looking narrower and smaller than the fake shoes’.

Keep in mind that the fake shoes can also have their perforations looking too big and too wide since this is a flaw commonly seen on the fake shoes as well.

The toe box’s weight

Moving on from the perforations on the toe box, we are now going to have a look at the fake vs real AJ1 Satin Black Toe pairs for the weight of the toe box.

fake vs real aj1 satin black toe

Another blatant flaw on the fake shoes is that they often have their toe box over-inflated.

By saying “over-inflated”, we basically mean that the fake shoes have their toe box looking too thick, big, and massive compared to the toe box on the legit shoes.

This can be visible if you flip your shoes to the side, from an angle as the one in the real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe image above.

Step 6: Look at the Nike Swoosh logo on the side of the shoes

As for the sixth step of the guide on how to spot fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe, we are going to look at the Nike Swoosh logo on the side of the fake vs real AJ1 Satin Black Toe pairs.

First of all, we will check the curving of the Nike Swoosh logo, and then the size and placement of the logos on both the real vs fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe pairs.

As you may be used to already, we are first going to have a look at the fake vs real Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe image.

fake vs real aj1 satin black toe

In the real vs fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have their Nike Swoosh logo looking less curvy than the authentic shoes’ logo.

Not only that, but the shape of the fake shoes’ Swoosh is not in tune with the authentic Swoosh at the top, and that’s especially due to the curving of the logo, as mentioned above.

Now that you know how to legit check the Nike Swoosh logo by the curve, let’s also show you how to do it by looking at the placement and the size of the logo.

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In the fake vs real Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have their swoosh placed too high, as there is too much distance from the logo and to the midsole.

On the other hand, the authentic AJ1 pair has its logo placed lower on the side of the shoes, being closer to the midsole, and also placed further away from the top of the shoes.

Step 7: Fake vs real Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe cross-stitching

Moving on to the seventh step of the guide on how to spot fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe sneakers, we are going to have a look at the cross-stitching placed on the side of the shoes.

The cross-stitching that we are talking about is the sharp line of stitching that goes above the Nike Swoosh logos on the exterior side of the shoes.

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In the real vs fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have their cross-stitching placed too close to the Swoosh, as these two make contact.

The legit Satin Black Toe AJ1 pair has its stitching placed further away from the Swoosh, and never making contact with Nike’s logo.

How can I spot fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe in 60 seconds?

The 7 detailed steps outlined above might not be so practical when you are in a hurry or when you want to buy the sneakers online.

That is why we have compiled this quick 60 seconds solution to authenticating your sneakers. Below are the top 7 indicators that can help you determine if you have a fake or real Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe.

  1. Check the interior tongue label with multiple lines of text. The fake AJ1 Satin Black Toe sneakers are most common to have improperly positioned and font-weighted text
  2. Analyze the AJ1 Satin Black Toe from the rear side. Mostly, the replica AJ1 sneakers don’t look like an hourglass shape, as the authentic shoes do
  3. Verify the Air Jordan logo’s lettering. Most of the time, the fake Air Jordan 1 have their letters looking too thin and too wide
  4. Have a quick look at the placement of the wings in the classic Air Jordan logo, because the fake shoes usually have their wings placed too close to each other
  5. Look at the toe box of your AJ1 Satin Black Toe. The counterfeit Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe sneakers commonly have their toe box’s perforation holes looking too wide, and the overall look of the toe box is too thick, looking over-inflated
  6. Check the Nike Swoosh logo on the side of your AJ1 Satin Black Toe. Most of the time, the fake shoes have their Swoosh looking too little curvy and placed too high on the shoes
  7. Inspect the cross-stitching on the side of your shoes. The fake pairs of AJ1 Satin Black Toe sneakers commonly have their cross-stitching placed too close to the Nike Swoosh logo

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That brings us to the end of our real vs fake Air Jordan 1 Satin Black Toe legit check guide. We will continue to update this article as better and newer comparisons are put out.

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