This guide shows how to tell between fake and real Air Jordan logos for the Nike Off White Air Jordan 1. Note that this is one LC guide that’s part of a checklist — see the full list of fake vs real Nike Off White sneakers in the Legit Check App.
Even though pictures below are for the Air Jordan 1 Off White Chicago release, the guide still applies to the White (NRG) Air Jordan 1 Off White and Blue (UNC) Air Jordan 1 Off White Chicago.
Inspecting the Air Jordan logo might be one of the go-to tells to check when authenticating. Some fakes have a high degree of quality when it comes to replicating the Jordan emblem, so we recommend having a look at the perforations post as well.
Notice in the fake vs real comparison below that the “AIR JORDAN” text on fakes is a little bit slimmer.
Another thing to be checked is the way “R” letter and “D” letter are connected, within the “JORDAN” text . Have a look at the fake vs real comparison below.
Next, we’re going to analyze the overall quality of the print/stamp.
Here’s the explanation map for the fake vs real comparison above.
The Air Jordan logo print might be a reliable tell but it’s definitely not the go-to. For the quickest authentication method, we recommend the perforations article.
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Ch Daniel and Ch David