If you are here to learn how to spot fake Off-White Blazer All Hallows Eve AHE, you are in the right place. That’s because today we are going to analyze the real vs fake AHE side-by-side.
In fact, we are going to get you to know how to spot fake Off-White Nike Blazer Mid All Hallows Eve in just eleven simple steps.
Now that you know what are we talking about, let’s hop in the real vs fake Off-White Blazer All Hallows Eve AHE guide itself.
We believe that the size tag can 100% tell you whether you have the real or fake Off-White Blazer AHE. Fake pairs always tend to have their prints on the size tag looking either super thick or extremely thin. Always keep an eye out for the size tag!
As for the first step of the real vs fake Off-White Blazer All Hallows Eve guide, we are going to quickly analyze the medial text because we consider it is one of the most reliable signs of a fake OW Blazer All Hallowes Eve pair.
Let’s start with the medial text on the right shoe, and then the medial text on the left shoe too.
First of all, you can notice how the right fake Blazer AHE shoe has the letter “O” in the word “Off” looking too thick and too big compared to the rest of the letters.
Besides, there is too much space between the letters “A” and “Z” in the word “BLAZER” on the fake pair, and on the other hand, the authentic Blazer AHE pair has a lot less space between these letters.
The “c. 1972” text is looking thicker than the print on the authentic OW Blazer AHE pair.
Lastly, on the right shoe, the fake “USA” text is completely covered by the Nike Swoosh logo and it is visible just a tiny bit where we used the hand-emoji pointer on the right side of the shoe.
On the other hand, the authentic Off-White Blazer AHE pair, the “USA” text is placed more to the right side of the Nike Swoosh logo and it makes it more visible than the “USA” text on the fake pair.
Now let’s also move on to the left shoe medial text on both the fake vs real OW Blazer AHE sneakers.
We have pointed out to the main problem on the replica Off-White Blazer AHE sneakers that the medial text can possibly be placed crookedly and falling down, just as in the example above.
Besides, the fake Blazer AHE has the text significantly thicker than the legit text.
You can see this flaw especially by looking at the “TM” text because it is noticeable how the fake “TM” text is thicker than the authentic one, and not only it.
Now that you know how to legit check these sneakers by looking at the medial text, let’s get you to know how to authenticate the AHE Blazers by looking at the Nike Swoosh logo.
Most of the time, the fake Blazer AHE sneakers will have the Nike Swoosh logo too thick and less arched at the top tip of it.
As you can see in the example above, the fake Swoosh logo is too thick and too big at the top tip of it, and on the other hand, the authentic Swoosh is thinner and smaller.
Besides, the fake Swoosh is too wide at the curving of the middle side to the top side and the authentic Swoosh is curvier.
Let’s move on to the rear side of the Off-White Blazer AHE and let’s analyze the code stamp.
We have pointed out using a red line for the fake Off-White Blazer AHE sneakers in order to indicate how these have too much distance from the upper leather part to the code stamp itself.
Most of the time, the fake Off-White Blazer AHE sneakers (and not only this colourway) will have too much distance from the leather part above the code stamp and the code stamp itself.
Because we were on the rear heel side, let’s go a bit higher and let’s analyze the real vs fake OW Blazer AHE rear “NIKE” text.
The usual problem with the fake Off-White Nike Blazer All Hallows Eve sneakers is that the rear upper side “NIKE” text is too small in height and width, and on the other hand, the legit text is noticeably thicker.
Let’s also have a look at the stitching on the middle side from the rear view of the Off-White Blazer AHE sneakers.
Most of the time, the fake Off-White AHE sneakers will have the rear middle stitching looking distressed and less defined than the legit stitching, and it is more likely for the fake shoes to have extra threads.
Lastly from the rearview, let’s have a look at the real vs fake Off-White Blazer All Hallow’s Eve shape.
There’s no need for the hand-emoji pointers at all because the differences from the fake vs real Off-White Blazer All Hallows Eve AHE sneakers are obvious.
Most of the time, the fake shoes are too fat and wide from the rear angle, but this is something that may not apply all of the times on the fake top-tier replicas.
As for the seventh step of the real vs fake Blazer AHE, let’s have a look at the laces on your Off-White Blazer AHE too.
Most of the time, the fake Off-White Blazer All Hallows Eve sneakers will have the “SHOELACES” print on the laces looking thicker than it has to be. As you can see in the pictures above, the authentic print is thinner.
Keep in mind that this spot applies in the main part only to the fresh shoelaces that have this text fully visible and not worn out so that the authentication can go well.
As for the eighth step of the real vs fake Blazer AHE authenticity check process, let’s have a quick look at the colour of the transparent panels.
As you can see in the pictures above, the main flaw with the panels of the fake Off-White Blazer All Hallows Eve AHE is that the transparent sides of the shoes are too yellow and the authentic panels must be darker, just as in the authentic example.
Keep in mind that this may differ from lighting, but a fake pair can be spotted easily because they have the panels most of the time too bright.
It is the time for us to zoom in the side of the sneakers and analyze the little blue tab found above the Swoosh.
As you can see in the pictures above, the fake blue tab is too small in height but too large in width, and on the other hand, the authentic blue tab is longer in height and shorter in width.
Bear in mind that this can be even the other way, meaning that the blue tab can be too long too, and for that, we recommend you have our pictures close-by when legit checking the fake vs real OW Blazer AHE in order to be easier.
Going inside the Off-White Blazer All Hallows Eve sneakers, we’ll have to analyze the insoles of these.
Most of the time, the fake Off-White Blazers will have the “THE TEN” text looking a lot thinner than the authentic “THE TEN” text.
As for the eleventh step of the real vs fake All Hallows Eve Blazer legit check guide, let’s go deeper inside the sneakers and let’s analyze the size tag.
Generally, the fake Off-White Blazers have the “MADE IN CHINA” text and the other two texts above and below this one looking thinner than the authentic one.
As you can see in the pictures above, the legit “MADE IN CHINA” text is thicker than the one on the fake pair.
The eleven fake vs real Off-White Blazer AHE 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 Blazer’s.
That is why we have compiled this quick 60 seconds solution to authenticating your Off-White Blazer AHE sneakers. Below are the top 11 indicators that can help you determine if you have a fake pair of Off-White Blazer AHE All Hallows Eve or the real deal.
If you need help with the authentication of your Off-White Blazer All Hallows Eve AHE, we’ve got you covered. All you have to do is send us good-quality pictures of your 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 Off-White Blazer All Hallows Eve AHE guide. We will continue to update this article as better and newer comparisons are put out.
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