Last Updated on December 3, 2023 by Ch David
You can spot fake Dior B23 by checking if the text inside the tongue is bolded instead of using a regular font. Fake pairs always have thicker prints, while original Dior B23 pairs have thin text.
If you want to know how to spot the fake Dior B23 sneakers, you found the right place.
Since the popularity of the Dior B23 sneakers keeps on growing, we’re here today with the most complete guide on how to legit check the Dior B23 sneakers.
We’ve managed to put all of the things together into this article that contains 12 of the most reliable spots to look at when checking the authenticity of the Dior B23 sneakers.
Without any further ado, let’s jump into the guide.
You can tell if Dior B23 are real or fake by checking the text inside the tongue. A fake pair always uses bolded text instead of a regular font, hence why fakes have thicker inscriptions.
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This is a blatant mistake that instantly calls out a fake Dior B23 pair.
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Notice how the authentic pair has thinner inscriptions than the counterfeit Dior B23s.
Authentic Dior B23 shoes are made in Italy. Every pair says this on the label inside the tongue, as well as on the box.
On the other hand, +95% of the fake Dior B23 shoes are made in China.
As for the authentic Dior B23 sneakers, we have pointed out in the real vs fake Dior B23 image above how the legit pair has its “MADE IN ITALY” text looking thinner than the one on the fake pair.
These are little details that are worth paying attention to.
A quick mention:
If in doubt, we recommend double-checking the steps we’ve explained above this line.
The authentic Dior B23 sneaker’s midsole stitching is smaller, thinner, and more subtle.
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The authentic pair is a lot more curved. This is a spot that fake Dior B23 manufacturers don’t pay too much attention to.
This is yet another thing that fake Dior B23 manufacturers don’t pay too much attention to, but it is worth considering looking at the length of the pull tab when legit checking the B23s.
Moving a bit lower from the pull tab and going to the midsole again, but on the rear side of the Dior B23s.
Mainly, there is a problem with the diamond shapes. Let’s have a look at the comparison image:
The things you have to look at on the midsole are the diamond-shaped parts, which are too wide on the replica Dior B23s, and the real ones are smaller in width.
Due to this flaw, the authentic Dior B23 sole’s diamonds look like they’re denser.
The line on the replica shoes is way too curved and the legit line is less curved.
On the other hand, the authentic shoes have their front block smaller on the sides of the shoes, as there is more empty room between the white patch and the translucent side of the shoes.
On the other hand, the same text found on the authentic shoes’ box label is bigger, thicker, more defined, and easier to read.
There are situations, where you may be unable to go through each detailed step, explained above when you need to authenticate your Dior B23 Oblique Logo sneakers.
That is why we have compiled this quick 60-second solution to authenticating your sneakers.
If you need help with the authentication of your Dior B23 Oblique Logo sneakers, we’ve got you covered.
All you have to do is send us good-quality pictures of your Dior B23 sneakers and we will get back to you with the results within 24 to 48 hours.
The results will also come with a report on why we believe your sneakers are fake or authentic.
That brings us to the end of our guide on how to spot fake Dior B23 Oblique Logo sneakers. We will continue to update this article as better and newer comparisons are put out.
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