Fake Vs Real Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Phantom

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Last Updated on July 15, 2023 by Ch David

You’re probably on this page because:

  • You have a pair of Travis Scott AJ1 Low Black Phantom;
  • You’re looking to buy a pair of these;
  • You want to see if they are real or not.

If so, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve set up this tutorial to teach you how to spot fake Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Phantom.

If this not the colourway you’re looking for, check out these real vs fake guides:

1. Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Brown (OG)

2. Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Reverse Mocha

3. Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Olive (Womens)

4. Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low x Fragment (Blue)

With this being said, let’s jump into the guide on how to tell if Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Phantom are fake.

How to spot fake Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Phantom

You can easily tell if your Black Phantom 1s are fake by checking the interior tongue label. Fake pairs always have their text too thin and wavy.

This is the fastest and most relevant way to tell real Travis Scott Air Jordan 1s. Now, let’s proceed to the complete guide.

1. Interior tongue label

Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Tongue

The only two differences between the fake vs real Black Phantom Travis Scotts are that the fake pair has:

  • Thinner text — visible on the words “THE”, “SWOOSH”, and “CHINE”;
  • Wavier text — noticeable all over the label.

The authentic sneakers must have thicker, more solid text that is perfectly straight positioned on the label.

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2. Size tag

Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Size Tag
  • The “UK” size text on the fake shoes appears to be too thin, while the real pair’s text is thicker.
    • This is the easiest noticeable if you look at the letter “U”.
  • In the “CN” inscription, which stands for the Chinese size of the shoes, the fake letters are too thin and too wide, while the real ones are exactly the opposite.
  • Lastly, the “UPC” text is too thin, and the real print is thicker.

3. Suede effect

Authentic pairs must have a suede material that leaves traces behind when touched.

Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Suede Effect
  • Fake shoes tend to have a poorer material which doesn’t leave any trace behind.
  • The fake Travis Scott 1s have their fabric of a darker shade than the real one, which is lighter.
  • Above the midsole, the fake pair has lots of glue stains — they are not ever seen on the real Black Phantoms.

Always compare your Black Phantom Travis Scotts side-by-side with our real vs fake Jordan 1 Low image This way, it’s easier to make sure you get it right.

A quick mention:

  • The steps we’ve written so far are the BEST ways to authenticate this item
  • The next few steps are still reliable methods…
  • … but they apply to non-top-versions of replicas available for this item

If in doubt, we recommend double-checking the steps we’ve explained above this line.

4. Perforations

We need to look at the holes that are symmetrically aligned all over the toe box.

Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Perforations
  • The fake pair’s holes are too small.
  • They are too narrow, and the real Black Phantoms have bigger, larger perforations.

Authentic Black Phantom Jordan 1 Low sneakers must have wide, large holes on their toe boxes.

5. Rear logos

Flipping the shoes to their back, we now have to look at the AIR JORDAN logo and at the bee that is visible on the left and the right rear sides.

5.1. Left shoe (Bee logo)

First things first, let’s look at the left shoe – the one with the bee on the back.

Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Rear Details
  • The fake pair’s stitches are too thick, and how they’re also a bit shorter than the real ones.

The authentic pair has thinner, longer white threads than the ones seen on the fake Air Jordan 1s.

5.2. Right shoe (Air Jordan logo)

Let’s now move on to the right shoes and have a look at the AIR JORDAN logo on the rear patch.

Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Back Details
  • The fake pair’s black lines within the basketball are thinner, and slimmer than the real ones.

The genuine Air Jordan 1s have their basketball lines thicker and wider.

Hence, they are more noticeable than the fake ones.

6. Toe box

Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Toe Box
  • The fake pair’s toe box is too low, and it tends to look flatter than the real one.

Speaking of which, the genuine Black Phanton 1s has its toe box looking thicker, bulkier, and generally higher than the fake pair’s.

7. Box reflections

You have to put the box under the light of a bulb or your phone’s flashlight.

Upon doing that, if you have a real box, you should notice the elements lighting up — just like in the image with the authentic box above.

Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Box
  • The fake pair’s logos don’t light up.
  • Nor does the Cactus Jack text logo, the face, and the NIKE AIR logos shine on the fake box.

If the elements don’t light up, they will look just like the ones in the image with the fake box, where you can see how the elements don’t have the 3M reflective painting.

Shortlist: Legit check Black Phantoms in 30 seconds

  1. Look at the interior tongue label.
  2. Check the size tag inside your Air Jordan 1s.
  3. Verify the suede effect on your Black Phantoms.
  4. Analyze the toe box’s perforations.
  5. See what the rear stitches look like.
  6. Check the toe box’s inflation level.
  7. Remember to look at the box’s shining elements.

So, should you be too busy to go through the very detailed comparison of the Black Phantom 1s, then just briefly here is a recap of our legit check guide.

In other words, we have exclusively summarized the top 7 ways to tell which is authentic from which is the fake version of this shoe type.

However, we must say; our picture comparison is one to help you tremendously, as each of the flaws has been extensively illustrated.

Expert Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low Black Phantom authentication

This is one of the best services we offer. Like we’ve mentioned at the onset of this legit check guide, our fake vs real Air Jordan 1 Travis Scott Black Phantom comparison is out here to be free forever.

And we have made it so detailed, in such a way that you should not be finding it hard to have issues understanding it.

However, if for any reason, after going through this legit check guide, you are still having elements of doubt within yourself, then you can reach out to us.

We would be happy to offer a helping hand to legit check your pair of Black Phantoms!

It’s a simple process after all; all you need to do is to send us a picture of the pair you want to confirm its authenticity, and we would reach back to you within 24 to 48 hours, and sometimes, even faster than this stipulated time.

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Thank you for reading this,

Ch Daniel and Ch David

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David is the co-founder and co-CEO of Legit Check By Ch. David's experience: 5+ years of creating educational content in the fashion industry. 6+ years of authenticating luxury items. Currently, David is the Head Editor of the LCBC Library, where 1,000,000+ words have been published, in free guides, for over 1,000 items.
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