Last Updated on January 10, 2024 by
Today, we’ll teach you how to spot fake
Nike x Clot Air Force 1s.
This guide works for all colorways.
How to spot fake Clot Air Force 1
The quickest method to identify counterfeit Clot Air Force 1 is to examine the details on the back of the shoes.
Fake sneakers consistently exhibit discrepancies in comparison to the genuine details.
“NIKE” text is appropriately sized and has consistent font-weight across all areas of the shoes.
Nike Swoosh logo is proportionate and positioned at a correct distance from the “NIKE” text, with a less curvy appearance.
Letters in the “AIR” text are thinner.
“NIKE” text appears too thick and large.
Leftmost side of the Nike Swoosh logo is too curvy and too close to the “NIKE” text.
Letters “A” and “R” in the “AIR” text are overly thick.
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The “VF” text on the uppermost right side of the size tag is thinner.
“CJ5290-400” text is thinner (Note: Different ID numbers correspond to different colorways; the example provided is for the Blue Silk colorway).
The “BR” text located on the middle-left side of the size tag is thicker.
The ID number line above the “MADE IN VIETNAM” text is thicker.
The “VF” text appears too thick.
“CJ5290-400” text is overly thick.
The “BR” text is too thin.
The ID number line above “MADE IN VIETNAM” 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.
Nike‘s logo on the side of the shoes.
The Nike Swoosh logo appears curvier.
The stitching on the Swoosh logo is thinner and shorter.
The Swoosh logo looks less curvy.
Stitching on the Swoosh logo is too thick and long.
The “NIKE” text appears thicker.
The “AIR” text is thinner compared to the fake pair.
The “NIKE” text is too thin.
The “AIR” text is thicker than that on the authentic shoes.
The stitching on the midsole is shorter and thicker.
The midsole stitching appears too long and too thin.
Checklist – if you’re short on time
These indicators can help you quickly assess the legit check your Clot Air Force 1s.
Check the sneakers from the back: Fake Clot Air Force 1s often have “NIKE AIR” text that appears thicker than it should be, and the Nike Swoosh logo is frequently too curvy.
Inspect the text on the size tag: Counterfeit shoes commonly have improperly font-weighted text on the size tag.
Analyze the Nike Swoosh logo on the side: Replica Air Force 1 Clot shoes may feature a Nike Swoosh logo that appears less curvy than authentic ones, with stitching that is often too thick and long.
Verify the tongue label: Fake Clot Air Force 1s may have a tongue label with “NIKE” text that looks too thin, and “AIR” text that appears too thick.
Examine the stitching on the midsole: Counterfeit Clot AF1s often have stitching on the midsole that appears too thin and long. Expert Clot Air Force 1 authentication
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This concludes our real vs. fake Clot Air Force 1 legit check guide.
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