How To Spot Fake Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Olive (2024)

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Last Updated on May 16, 2024 by Ch David

This guide is about the Olive Travis Scotts. Join us, and let’s see how to legi check them.

Related: Travis Scott Olive GOLF Jordan 1s.

How to spot FAKE Travis Scott Olive 1s

The interior tongue label instantly tells if you have a real or fake Travis Scott AJ1 Low in Olive. Thin letters and “®” symbols on the label are the reason why 99.9% of the fake pairs fail the authentication process.

1. Interior tongue label

  • Most of the characters are too thin in the fake shoes.
  • Easily noticeable on the “SWOOSH” inscriptions, as well as the “NIKE.LE” and the “CHINE” prints.

The authentic Travis Scott Jordan 1 Olive has thicker, more solid inscriptions than on the fake.

Note: Fake pairs may also have very thick inscriptions in some cases. Always refer back to our comparison image to reassure that you have a real Travis Scott AJ1 Olive pair.


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2. Size tag

  • The “DZ4137-106” text is too thick on the fake pair. This is the style code of the Olive Travis Scott Jordan 1s.
  • The letters, the numbers, and the dash (“-“) are too thick on the fake.
  • The “EUR” and the “BR” print on the left side are also very thick on the fake pair.

The authentic pair’s inscriptions are all thinner than the fake’s.

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.

3. Reverse Swoosh

Let’s check out the unique detail about the Nike x Travis Scott collaboration: the reverse Swoosh logo.

  • The threads are too thin on the fake reverse Swoosh.
  • The authentic pair has thicker stitches than the fake.

The difference is very noticeable once you get close to the logo.

4. Rear logos

4.1. Left shoe (Cactus Jack logo)

The image with the fake vs real Olive Travis Scott 1s above shows you how:

  • The stitching all around the middle side’s leather patch is too thick.
  • At the same time, the stitches are also pretty thin.

4.2. Right shoe (Air Jordan logo)

  • The fake pair’s stitching on the middle side’s leather patch is too short.
  • The length of the threads remains flawed on the fake Travis Scott 1s.

Yet again, the authentic pair has longer stitches compared to the ones visible on the fake shoe.

5. Perforations

  • The fake pair’s perforations are too small. The same holes on the authentic pair’s toe box appear to be larger.
  • The fake pair’s material is too dark → The suede on the toe box (black/olive leather).

On the other hand, the genuine pair uses lighter materials that look more olive than black, as on the fake pair.

6. Exterior tongue label

  1. See how the fake pair’s “Cactus Jack” logo is too light. The shade of green is “too green” compared to the real one.
    • The genuine pair has a darker text, as its shade is rather olive instead of a lighter green as the one seen on the fake.
  2. The white stitching all around the Cactus Jack tongue label is too thick on the fake pair.

7. Toe box

  • The fake pair has a slightly higher toe box than the real one.

In comparison, the authentic pair’s toe box is flatter and looks smaller than its counterpart.

We’ve ranked this step as the last one since it’s harder to notice this kind of flaw, especially when it comes down to a worn pair.

Shortlist: Legit check your pair in 30 seconds

  1. Check the interior tongue label;
  2. Look at the size tag inside the shoes;
  3. Verify the reverse Swoosh logo’s stitching;
  4. Analyze the stitching on the back of the shoes;
  5. See how large the perforations are and how dark the suede is;
  6. Inspect the exterior side of the tongue’s label: text and stitching;
  7. Have a look at the toe box and see how big it is.

Here’s a short guide you can have in your pocket, especially when you’re going to meet up with a seller to buy a pair of Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Olive and you want to check if it’s a fake or not.

Expert Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low authentication service

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 Olive 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 Olive 1s!

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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