Tongues often look too textured on the fake pairs.
Fake tongues tend to reflect too much light.
Authentic tongues are smoother and less defined.
Replica Air Jordan 6 Travis Scott manufacturers pay too much attention to other details and they forget about the quality of the tongue.
The holes are placed too low on the fake midsole.
The fake holes sink into the midsole.
The authentic holes are placed higher. Authentic holes never make contact with the midsoles.
This flaw is never seen in authentic pairs with factory defects. This kind of issue only happens on the fake Travis Scott Jordan 6.
7. Pocket interior
The overall look of the Cactus Jack face logo is too thin. The lines are not strong enough.
Also, the stitching is not dense enough on the hair of the Cactus Jack logo.
8. Pull tab
The pull tab looks too curvy compared to the authentic one.
Also, the fake shoes have their Nike Swoosh logo too curvy as well.
Yet again, the authentic Travis Scott 6s have their Nike Swoosh less curvy than the fake shoes’ logo.
Authentic boxes should be olive, not black or brown.
The fake box above is black instead of olive.
You may also see fakes with brown boxes. Never authentic ones!
Authentic boxes must have an olive background. No other color.
Shortlist: Authenticate your shoes in 30 seconds
Size Tag Examination: Review the size tag of your sneakers, noting any inconsistencies in font and thickness. Counterfeit versions often utilize mismatched fonts and inconsistent thickness in their text.
Suede Material Quality: Feel the suede material on the shoes. Genuine pairs should leave nuanced dark traces when touched.
Rear Heel Logo Inspection: Assess the Nike and Cactus Jack logos on the rear heel. Often, logos on fake pairs appear either too thick or too thin.
Side Pocket Color Check: Examine the color of the pocket on the shoe’s side. Counterfeit Air Jordan 6 tend to have a pocket that looks overly dark, while genuine ones feature an olive green pocket.
Tongue Texture and Definition: Investigate the shoe’s tongue. Replicas often exhibit tongues that are overly defined and textured due to less attention to detail.
Side Holes Placement: Observe the holes on the shoe’s side. These should not touch the midsole. Many fake pairs mistakenly connect these elements.
Interior Cactus Jack Logo Examination: Examine the Cactus Jack logo inside the pocket. Fake logos often appear too thick or too thin, and the facial hair detail tends to be less dense.
Pull Tab Curviness: Assess the pull tab’s curvature. Counterfeit versions often lack the appropriate arch and curve found on authentic pairs.
Box Color Verification: Confirm the color of the shoebox. Genuine Air Jordan 6 Travis Scott Olive boxes should have an olive green top, while fake ones might be black or brown.
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David is the co-founder and co-CEO of Legit Check By Ch. David's experience: 5+ years of creating educational content in the fashion industry. 6+ years of authenticating luxury items. Currently, David is the Head Editor of the LCBC Library, where 1,000,000+ words have been published, in free guides, for over 1,000 items.