Fear Of God All-Over Print Hoodie: Legit Check Guide

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Last Updated on January 10, 2024 by Ch David

This guide’s subject is the Fear Of God All-Over (Repeat) Hoodie.

Let’s see how to spot real vs fake FOG hoodies.

This is the same hoodie as the FOG x Vans All-Over Shoes.

How to spot a fake FOG Repeat hoodie

When authenticating FOG Repeat hoodies, the ‘Fear of God’ print is a crucial spot to examine.

Inconsistencies in the print can signal fake FOG hoodies

1. Print

By the text print, we mean the “fear of god” logo all over the hoodie.

  • Authentic: Printed text on FOG All Over hoodies is clear and not scratched, reflecting higher quality.
  • Fake: Text appears scratched or worn out.

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2. Collection tag

  • Authentic:
    • Text on hoodie and neck tag is bolder, clearer, and well-positioned, showcasing higher quality.
    • Correct distance is maintained from the top of the neck tag to the first line of text.
  • Fake:
    • Text is thinner, less defined, and scratched.
    • Text on the neck tag is wrongly positioned, placed lower than it should be.

3. Neck tag

  • Authentic:
    • Stitching on the Fear of God (FOG) All Over hoodie is precise, with no extra threads or misalignments.
    • Text, including the “COLLECTION” on the tag, is clear, well-defined, and of high quality.
  • Fake:
    • Stitching is compromised, with curved stitches and threads not following a uniform path.
    • Text, including “COLLECTION”, is scratched and of poor quality.

Shortlist: Legit check your FOG hoodie

Here’s a concise checklist to quickly authenticate Fear of God All Over hoodies:

  1. “Fear of God” Print: Inspect the “fear of god” text print. Counterfeit versions often appear more scratched and worn compared to genuine ones.
  2. Neck Tag: Examine the neck tag of your FOG hoodie. Replica FOG hoodies tend to have text on the neck tag that looks too thin and scratched. Additionally, they may exhibit poor stitching around the neck tag.
  3. Collection Tag Stitching: Verify the stitching on the collection tag. Fake Fear Of God All Over hoodies typically have fewer but longer stitches compared to authentic items.

Authentication service: Fear of God

If you require assistance with authenticating your Fear Of God All Over hoodie:

  • Simply send us high-quality pictures of your FOG hoodie.
  • We will provide you with our assessment within 24 to 48 hours.
  • Our response will include a detailed report explaining why we believe your hoodie is either fake or authentic.

With this information, we conclude our guide on how to authenticate Fear Of God All Over hoodies.

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About the Author

Ch Daniel is the co-founder and co-CEO of Legit Check By Ch, one of the world's leading companies in product authentications. Daniel's experience: 8+ years in the luxury industry, 7+ years in the authentication industry, 10+ years of business development. Currently, Daniel is overseeing the development of new products of Legit Check By Ch.
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