Hello, everyone. Today we are back with another guide on how to check the authenticity of the Louis Vuitton Monogram and Damier Keepalls.
First of all, we would like to inform you that we’ve sorted everything into just eleven spots to look at when checking the fake vs real Louis Vuitton Keepalls.
Without any further ado, let’s see how to check the fake vs real LV Keepall Monogram and Damier bags.
We recommend you to scan the serial number of your specific bag on Louis Vuitton’s website because that would be one of the most reliable reasons for why you’d have an authentic or fake Louis Vuitton Monogram and/or Damier Keepall bags.
In order to check the authenticity of your Louis Vuitton Monogram/Damier Keepall bags, you can visit the Louis Vuitton website by clicking on this link. Once you are there, you just have to enter the product code found on your item.
That wasn’t it all. Now, let us proceed to the next steps of the real vs fake Louis Vuitton Monogram/Damier Keepall bags.
First of all, we are going to analyze the print on the Damier Louis Vuitton Keepall bag, and then, the classic Monogram print.
As you can see in the fake vs real Louis Vuitton Damier Keepall bag pictures above, the fake LV Damier print has the checkerboard squares looking wider than they have to look like, and this is obviously visible.
Then, the fake LV Damier Keepall print has the boxes in which it is printed the “Louis Vuitton” text looking less visible and defined than the text on the legit Keepall.
Now, let’s move on to the classic Louis Vuitton Monogram printed Keepall bag.
We have pointed out three main flaws in the fake Louis Vuitton Monogram Keepall.
First of all, the flower inside the filled circle (highlighted on the most left side of the images) is too big on the fake LV Monogram Keepall, and on the legit one, the flower is smaller. This is visible if you look at the edges o the circle.
Then, to the middle hand-emoji pointer of the fake vs real LV Monogram Keepall, the flowers without the circle are, again, too big and too thick on the fake LV Monogram bags.
This may be harder to notice without checking the fake vs real LV Keepall images that we’ve attached on our guide, so that’s why we recommend you refer to our guide anytime you want to legit check these.
Now, to the right side of the real vs fake LV Keepall images, let’s have a look at the “LV” printed” text.
You can easily notice how the fake LV Keepall has the “LV” print crooked and not positioned straight as with the other elements on the print. Meanwhile, the legit bag is exactly the opposite.
As for the second step of the real vs fake Louis Vuitton Keepall legit check guide, we’re going to quickly analyze the material and the stitching on the LV Keepall.
Basically, both of the leather hangers have the stitches on the edges wavy, but there is still a difference between these two.
First, the authentic Louis Vuitton Keepall bag, the stitches look denser and less thick than the fake ones.
Besides, the authentic LV Keepall bag has the stitching on the leather hanger more wavy than the stitching on the fake bag.
Because we were talking about leather, let’s also analyze the quality of the leather used on your Louis Vuitton bag.
Genuinely, the authentic Louis Vuitton bag uses better and more natural leather than fake LV manufacturers.
Also, the counterfeit Louis Vuitton Keepall bag looks like it has its leather less natural as it seems like another whole material.
Let’s also have a look at the Louis Vuitton Keepall real vs fake stitching used on the side of the bags.
Most of the time, the authentic Louis Vuitton Keepall has the stitching looking thinner than the stitching on the fake ones, especially in the corners, and in the same time, this makes the authentic bag look more subtle.
This is another important factor of the Louis Vuitton Keepall bag authenticity check process, and we are going to first analyze the images, and then we’ll analyze the flaws on the fake LV Keepall bag.
First, on the top of the leather hanger, in the “®” character, the circle is too big and too thick on the fake LV Keepall bag, and on the other hand, the legit “®” character and its circle are thinner.
Then, on the second text line, the “LOUIS VUITTON” printed text, the letters “L” and “N” are too thick on the fake leather hanger, and on the legit bag, it is exactly the opposite.
Lastly here, in the “made in France” text, the letter “m” is thicker and bigger than it has to be on the fake Louis Vuitton Keepall bag.
Now let’s also have a look at the little tab found on the exterior side of your Louis Vuitton Keepall.
First of all, the stitching from the top of the badge looks much deeper and fit into the badge itself on the fake bag, and on the legit bag, it is less squeezed deep into the badge.
Besides, the stitching on the fake Louis Vuitton bag comes too close to the “®” character, and on the legit LV bag, this stitching is placed further from the “®“.
Then, the “LOUIS VUITTON” and the “PARIS” words are too wide and stretched out on the fake LV Keepall. The legit bag has these three words less wide and smaller.
As for the seventh step of the real vs fake Louis Vuitton Keepall bag legit check guide, let’s have a look at the tab that indicates the model number of your bag.
The main problem with the counterfeit Louis Vuitton Keepall bags’ size number is that this number is not centered in the middle of the leather part.
On the other hand, the authentic Louis Vuitton Keepall bags have the size number centered in the middle of the leather part.
It is time for us to teach you how to check the authenticity of an LV Keepall bag by looking at the buttons too.
Take a look at how deep the button is fit into the leather part. Basically, the fake Louis Vuitton button is fit less deep into the leather tab, and the authentic button is fit deeper inside.
Now let’s also have a look at the zippers of the Louis Vuitton Keepall bag too and let’s analyze the flaws on the fake Louis Vuitton Keepall bag.
Closely verify how the “LV” metal print is closer to that empty hole on the zippers on the fake Louis Vuitton Keepall. The authentic print is a bit further from that hole.
As for the tenth step of the real vs fake LV Keepall bag legit check guide, we’ll analyze the serial number printed on the little leather tab.
The legit LV Keepall bag serial number seems to use a different font for the number “1” character compared to the one used on the replica bag. This is because of the stick of the “1” that’s too long.
Also, the visibility of the fake Louis Vuitton Keepall serial number is worse, and the authentic serail number is more opaque.
As we’ve said previously, we consider this being one of the most reliable spots to scan when checking the fake vs real LV Keepall bags.
When you scan an authentic Louis Vuitton item, especially the bag in our case, it shows you where and when your bag was manufactured.
On the other hand, the fake Louis Vuitton scan tells you nothing about it and they have no information for your item.
Keep in mind that there can be fake bags with authentic product numbers, and that is why should check the rest of the steps on how to spot fake Louis Vuitton Keepall bags.
The eleven fake vs real Louis Vuitton Monogram and Damier Keepall bag steps outlined above are well detailed and it will be time demanding to perform each authentication step when you need to confirm the originality of your Keepall.
That is why we have compiled this quick 60 seconds solution to authenticating your Louis Vuitton Keepall. Below are the top 11 indicators that can help you determine if you have a fake Louis Vuitton Keepall bag or the real deal.
If you need help with the authentication of your Louis Vuitton Keepall bag, we’ve got you covered.
All you have to do is send us good-quality pictures of your Louis Vuitton Keepall bag 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 bag is fake or authentic.
That brings us to the end of our real vs fake Louis Vuitton Keepall bag guide. We will continue to update this article as better and newer comparisons are put out.
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Ch Daniel and Ch David