Travis Scott Jordan 1 Low “GOLF” – How To Spot Fakes

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Last Updated on April 8, 2024 by Ch David

Learn how to spot real vs fake Travis Scott Jordan 1 Low Golf “Neutral Olive”.

In this guide, we’ll take you through all the necessary steps.

How to spot fake Travis Scott Jordan 1 Golf

You can spot fake Travis Scott Jordan 1 “Golf” by checking the black-on-white text printed on the size tag. A fake pair of Nike x Air Jordans never has the right thickness for the size prints.

1. Size tag

  • Authentic:
    • Thicker, more solid characters.
    • All the letters are closer to each other.
  • Fake:
    • Thinner inscriptions.
    • Too much space between the letters in “US”.

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2. Suede

These shoes have suede all around the upper part, where you can see the Neutral Olive colors.

  • Authentic: More natural-looking fabric, with darker spots where it was touched.
  • Fake: Static material that doesn’t leave traces behind when touched.

Rule: Authentic suede must leave soft, darker marks behind after you rub your finger on it.

3. Back logos

In the back, we’ve got two logos, so we’ll look at each on its own.

3.1. Left (Cactus Jack)

  • Authentic:
    • The Cactus Jack logo has thinner hair on the right side.
    • Stitching is thinner on the patch with the Cactus Jack logo.
  • Fake:
    • The hair is too thick on the right side of the Cactus Jack logo’s head
    • The stitching all around the patch is too thick.

3.2. Right (Air Jordan)

  • Authentic:
    • Easily legible “AIR JORDAN” text.
    • Logo is perfectly cut so you can understand what it says.
    • Stitching around the patch is thinner.
  • Fake:
    • Barely legible “AIR JORDAN” logo.
    • The logo is poorly cut so you can’t read the logo with ease
    • Then, stitching at the bottom of the patch is too thick.

That’s it for the rear logos.

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. Swoosh

On the side is the notorious Nike x Travis Scott detail: the Reverse Swoosh.

The Swoosh is Nike’s logo.

  • Authentic:
    • Stitching next to the logo is thicker and shorter.
    • The logo is perfectly cut on the midsole.
  • Fake:
    • Stitching at the top is too thin, small, and not as dense the original.
    • The Swoosh isn’t cut well enough — it overlaps the midsole.

The authentic Swoosh overlaps the midsole as well, but way less than the fake.

5. Interior profile

  • On the interior profile side, there are the Cactus Jack logos.
  • They show up on both left + right shoes.

5.1. Left shoe

  • Authentic: Logo is thicker than the fake.
  • Fake: “Cactus Jack” and the 3 lines at the top are too thin.

5.2. Right shoe

  • Authentic: This time, the real text + lines are thinner.
  • Fake: The logo is too thick.

6. Perforations

  • Authentic: Smaller perforations.
  • Fake: The holes are just a bit bigger.

7. Sole

This is what makes the Neutral Olive 1s actual golf shoes — the sole.

  • Authentic:
    • The “GOLF” text is thinner.
    • Look at the outline to notice this easier.
  • Fake:
    • “GOLF” logo is too thick.
    • It comes too much out of the sole.

8. Toe box

  • Authentic: Bulk toe box, respecting the Jordan 1 silhouette.
  • Fake: Toe box looks flatter, less bigger than the original.

9. Box label

  • Authentic: Thicker, more bolded “USA” print.
  • Fake: The “USA” text is too thin.

Shortlist: Legit check your Travis Scott golf shoes

If you’re short on time but you need a way to legit check your shoes, use this list:

  1. Size tag: Fake pairs may have thinner prints.
  2. Suede: Authentic suede must leave dark traces behind once touched.
  3. Back logos: The Cactus Jack x Air Jordan logos must be dense in stitching.
  4. Swoosh: Stitching should be dense and the Swoosh doesn’t overlap the insole too much.
  5. Interior profile: Fake Cactus Jack logos may be too thick or very thin.
  6. Perforations: Confirm that the holes are not too wide.
  7. Golf sole: The “GOLF” text is often too thick and sharp on replicas.
  8. Toe box: Assure that your shoes have a thick, bulky toe box.
  9. Box label: The “USA” print may be too thin on a fake box.

There you have it!

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  • Send us pictures of your Travis Scott Golf Jordan 1s.
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  • And you’ll get a detailed authenticity report.

This will help you understand why your shoes are authentic or not.

That’s it for this Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Golf “Neutral Olive” guide.

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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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