Legit check any Off-White Jordan 2 Low colorway with this guide.
Let’s take you through the 5 ways to legit check your Jordan 2.
How to tell if Jordan 2 x Off-White are fake
To tell if your Jordan 2 x Off-White are fake, start by examining the medial text and the size tag.
Counterfeit pairs consistently display incorrect text thickness.
1. Medial text
To keep this tidy:
Let’s start with the left shoe.
Then we’ll proceed to look at the other shoe as well.
“TM” text is thicker and wider.
Quotation marks are not perfectly shaped, appearing thicker.
“USA” text is thicker with less space between the letters.
“TM” text appears too thin.
Quotation marks are too straight and defined, forming a perfect symbol.
“USA” print is too thin, with more distance between each letter.
“Off-White” text is thinner.
“TM” text has a thinner appearance.
“Beaverton” print is thinner with more space between each character.
“Off-White” text appears too thick.
“TM” text is also too thick.
“Beaverton” word is too thick with letters closely placed.
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2. Size tag
The factory’s print (e.g. “VW1”) is bulky but not excessively so.
The style-code (e.g. “DJ4375-106”) is thick and bold.
The UPC code text and numbers are thicker.
The “MADE IN VIETNAM” text, in all languages, is bold.
Factory’s print (e.g. “VW1”) is too thin.
Style-code text (e.g. “DJ4375-106”) is thin due to a different font.
UPC code text and numbers appear too thin.
“MADE IN VIETNAM” text in all languages is too thin.
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.
Stitches around the Air Jordan logo are thinner and longer, giving an “airy” appearance.
No threads are hanging out of the stitching line.
Stitches are too thick, short, and boxy.
There might be threads hanging out of the stitching line, which is not a feature of authentic pairs.
4. Toe box
Authentic: Toe box is thinner with flatter leather, sitting lower.
Fake: Toe box is thicker and appears inflated.
Authentic: Stitching is thinner and narrower.
Fake: Stitching appears too thick.
Summary: Legit check your Off-White Jordan 2
Come back to this list whenever you have to authenticate on the go:
Inspect Medial Text:
Check the medial text on both left and right shoes; replicas often display text with incorrect thickness.
Examine Size Tag:
Look at the size tag inside the shoes. The text on most counterfeit Off-White 2s appears too thin.
Review Tongue’s Badge Stitching:
Inspect the stitching around the tongue’s badge. Counterfeit Off-White Air Jordan 2 Lows frequently have poorly detailed stitching with hanging threads where they should be neatly integrated into the shoes.
Analyze Toe Box Shape:
Observe the shape of the toe box. Fake pairs typically have a toe box that is too high.
Inspect Back Stitching:
Look at the stitching on the back of the shoes. Fake Off-White 2s usually feature excessively thick stitching.
Expert Off-White Jordan 2 authentication
If you require assistance in authenticating your Off-White Jordan 2:
Simply send us high-quality images of your Jordans.
We’ll respond within 24 to 48 hours with the results.
You’ll also receive a report explaining the reasons behind our verdict on the authenticity of your sneakers.
This concludes our guide on distinguishing between genuine and counterfeit Off-White Jordan 2s.
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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.