How To Spot Fake Air Force 1 Clot – Fake Vs Real Clot AF1

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You are in the right place if you wish to know how to spot the fake vs real Clot Air Force 1 sneakers.

In fact, we are here today to teach you how to spot fake Air Force 1 Clot sneakers in five simple steps with our ultimate guide.

With each step of this fake vs real Air Force 1 Clot legit check guide, we are going to link real vs fake AF1 Clot images in order for you to easily visualise and understand the flaws on the fake AF1s.

How to spot fake Clot Air Force 1

The fastest way to spot fake Clot Air Force 1 sneakers is to check the details on the back of the shoes, as the fake sneakers never have their details in tune with the legit Clot AF1s’ details. Most of the time, the fake shoes have their “AIR” text looking too thick.

Step 1: Fake vs real Clot AF1 rear details

As for the first step of the guide on how to spot fake Clot Air Force 1 sneakers, we are going to have a look at the reference real vs fake Clot AF1 image in order to see the differences between the rear details on both the fake vs real Clot AF1 pairs.

af1 clot real vs fake

In the real vs fake Clot Air Force 1 image above, we have pointed out three main flaws visible on the replica Clot AF1s.

First of all, looking at the “NIKE” text above the Nike Swoosh logo, you can see how the fake shoes have their text looking too thick and big when compared to the retail shoes’ text.

Speaking of the Nike Swoosh logo, back in the real vs fake Clot AF1 image above, you can also notice how the fake shoes have their leftmost side of the Nike Swoosh logo looking too curvy, as it is too close to the “NIKE” text.

On a side note, the legit Air Force 1 Clot pairs always have their letters at the same font-weight, while the fake shoes commonly have their text improperly font-weighted, and that’s not only on the back fo the shoes, but on all of the areas on the shoes.

On the other hand, the authentic Clot Air Force 1s have their Nike Swoosh logo looking less curvy than the fake shoes’ logo, as the legit shoes have their Swoosh placed further away from the “NIKE” text.

Then, looking at the letters “A” and “R” in the “AIR’ text, you can see how the fake shoes have their letters looking too thick, while the legit Air Force 1 Clot sneakers have their letters in the “AIR” text looking thinner.

Step 2: Real vs fake Air Force 1 Clot size tag

As for the second step of the guide on how to spot fake Clot Air Force 1 sneakers, we are going to have a look at the reference fake vs real Air Force 1 Clot image in order to see how to spot fake Clot AF1 pairs by checking the size tag.

The size tag also plays an important role in the authentication process of the Air Force 1 Clot pairs, as the fake shoes never have the inscriptions on the size tag correctly, making this a major difference between the fake vs real Air Force 1 Clot pairs.

how to spot fake af1 clot

In the real vs fake Air Force 1 Clot image above, we have pointed out several flaws visible on the fake Clot AF1s.

First of all, the fake shoes have their “VF” text on the upmost right side of the size tag looking too thick, while the legit shoes have their “VF” text looking thinner.

Then, the counterfeit Clot Air Force 1 sneakers also have their “CJ5290-400” text looking too thick when compared to the authentic Clot AF1s, which have their text looking thinner.

In case your sneakers’ ID number differs from the “CJ-5290-400” one, don’t worry – it means that you have another colourway of the AF1 Clot. In the fake vs real Clot AF1 image above, both of the real vs fake Clot AF1s are in the Blue Silk colourway.

Then, looking at the “BR” text on the middle-left side of the fake vs real Air Force 1 Clot’s size tags, you can see how the fake shoes have their text looking too thin, while the legit shoes have their text thicker.

Lastly, looking at the next ID number, which is the text above the “MADE IN VIETNAM” text, you can see how the fake shoes have that long line of text which we’ve pointed out at in the real vs fake Air Force 1 Clot image above looking too thin.

On the other hand, the retail AF1 Clot shoes have their text looking thicker than what it seems to be like on the fake shoes.

Step 3: Check the Nike Swoosh logo on the side of your Air Force 1 Clot shoes

Moving on to the third step of the guide on how to spot fake Clot Air Force 1s, we are going to have a look at the real vs fake Clot AF1 pairs for the Nike Swoosh logo on the side.

fake vs real af1 clot

In the Air Force 1 Clot fake vs real image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have their Swoosh looking too little curvy, while the legit shoes have their Swoosh looking curvier.

Not only that, but the fake shoes also have their stitching on the Nike Swoosh logo looking too thick and long, while the legit shoes have their stitching thinner and shorter.

Step 4: Verify the tongue label of your Nike AF1 Clot sneakers

Going to the fourth step of the guide on how to spot fake Clot Air Force 1 sneakers, we are going to have a look at the fake vs real Air Force 1 Clot images in order to see how to spot fake Clot AF1 pairs by checking the tongue label.

real vs fake af1 clot

In the Clot Air Force 1 real vs fake image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have their “NIKE” text looking too thin, while the legit shoes have their text thicker.

Not only that, but on the fake Air Force 1 Clot pair, the “AIR” text is thicker than the “AIR” text visible on the authentic shoes.

Step 5: Fake vs real Air Force 1 Clot midsole stitching

As for the fifth and the last step of the guide on how to spot fake Air Force 1 Clot sneakers, we are going to have a look at the fake vs real Clot AF1 sneakers for the stitching on the midsole.

As you may be used to already, we are first going to check out the reference Air Force 1 Clot fake vs real image in order to make the authenticating of the shoes easier.

fake vs real af1 clot

In the real vs fake AF1 Clot image above, we have shown you how the fake shoes have their stitching on the midsole looking too long and too thin, while the stitching seen on the midsole of the authentic shoes is shorter and thicker.

How can I spot fake Clot Air Force 1 in 60 seconds?

There are situations where you may be unable to go through each detailed step explained above when you need to authenticate your Clot Air Force 1 sneakers.

That is why we have compiled this quick 60 seconds solution to authenticating your sneakers. Below are the top 5 indicators that can help you determine if you have a fake pair of sneakers or original Nike x Clot manufactured Air Force 1.

  1. Check the sneakers from the back. Most of the time, the fake Lot Air Force 1s have their “NIKE AIR” text looking thicker than what it is supposed to be like, and the Nike Swoosh logo is often too curvy
  2. Inspect the text on the size tag of your Clot AF1. Mostly, the fake shoes have their text on the size tag improperly font-weighted
  3. Analyze the Nike Swoosh logo on the side of your Clot AF1s. Usually, the replica Air Force 1 Clot shoes have their logo looking too little curvy, and the stitching on the fake shoes’ logo is also looking too thick and long, most of the time
  4. Verify the tongue label of your Clot Air Force 1s. Most of the time, the counterfeit Air Force 1 Clot sneakers have their tongue label’s “NIKE” text looking too thin, and the “AIR” text looking too thick
  5. Look at the stitching on the midsole of your shoes. The fake Clot AF1s have their stitching on the midsole looking often too thin and long

Where can I get my Clot Air Force 1 authenticated? The Air Force 1 Clot legit check service

If you need help with the authentication of your Clot Air Force 1, we’ve got you covered.

All you have to do is send us good-quality pictures of your Clot Air Force 1 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 real vs fake Clot Air Force 1 legit check guide. We will continue to update this article as better and newer comparisons are put out.

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