How To Spot Fake Nike SB Dunk Low Medicom Toy Bearbrick 2020

Ch David
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If you are looking to learn how to spot fake Medicom Toy SB Dunk 2020 sneakers, then you are in the right place.

In this fake vs real [email protected] SB Dunk 2020 legit check guide, we are going to teach you how to spot fake Medicom Toy Dunks in just a few simple steps to follow.

Along with every step of the guide on how to authenticate Medicom Toy Nike Dunk sneakers, we are going to link reference real vs fake [email protected] Dunk images so that every step will be clear and easily understandable.

To put it shortly, the fastest way to spot fake Medicom Toy Dunks is to look at the size tag inside both the left and the right shoes, since the fake [email protected] SB Dunks have their inscriptions looking too thin in most cases. Another reliable spot to check is the stitching on the back of the shoes, because the fake pairs usually have their stitching at the wrong thickness.

How to spot fake Bearbrick Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low

Step 1: Real vs fake Medicom Toy SB Dunk size tag

As we’ve previously mentioned, we consider the size tag inside each shoe as the most reliable spot to check in order to spot fake [email protected] SB Dunk shoes.

Therefore, this is why we are starting the guide on how to authenticate Medicom Toy Dunks with the size tags.

At the same times we’ve previously mentioned at the top of the guide on how to spot fake SBD Dunk Medicom Toy shoes, we will first have a look at the reference fake vs real Medicom Toy Dunk image below.

In most cases, the fake shoes have their size tag’s text at the right font-weight, meaning that they have the wrong thickness for the characters.

In the fake vs real Medicom Toy SB Dunk image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have their product ID code print on the top-right corner of the size tag looking too thin.

On the other hand, speaking of the legitimate SB Dunk Medicom Toys, we have highlighted how they have thee “CZ5127-001” print thicker and more defined than the text on the fake pair.

Going one level lower, you will have to check the date of manufacturing the shoes’ print on your shoes.

As you can see in the real vs fake Medicom Toy Dunk image above, the legitimate SB Dunks have their text looking yet again thicker and more defined than the fake shoes’ text which is too thin.

Another line lower, we have to deal with the “UPC” number text, where the fake shoes also have this line of text looking too thin, while the line on the legit shoes is thicker.

Moving into the left side of the size tag on the fake vs real [email protected] SB Dunks, you can notice how the fake shoes have their “EUR” print once again too thin, while the legit pair has its text thicker.

Lastly, talking about the text with the country of where the shoes have been manufactured in, the replica [email protected] Dunk pair has its text too thin, but also too small.

The genuine Medicom Toy SB Dunks have their “MADE IN VIETNAM” lines of text looking thicker than the fake pair’s text, which is once again too thin.

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At the same time, above is a reference picture with an authentic size tag that was attached to the shoes in a different method.

Step 2: Fake vs real Bearbrick SB Dunk Low rear details

For the second step of the guide on how to spot fake [email protected] SB Dunk Low sneakers, we are going to flip the shoes to the rear side.

The stitching on the rear side of the Medicom Toy SB Dunks is another important area of the shoes to verify in order to determine their authenticity, so we recommend that you never skip this step when authenticating these Dunks.

Now, let’s have a look at the reference fake vs real Medicom Toy SB Dunk image below, and then, we will explain the flaws on the fake shoes.

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In the image with the real vs fake Medicom Toy SB Dunks above, we have pointed out how the replica shoes have their three lines of stitching looking too thick and too little visible.

By that, we mean that the fake shoes have their stitches fit too deep into the shoes, since they are not visible at all. 

Also, the stitches that are visible on the replica shoes are thicker than what they are supposed to be like on the legit shoes.

Then, talking abut the double-stitching found all around the patch  below the three lines of stitching, the double lines are also flawed.

This time, the stitches are visible, unlike the ones that we spoke about before, but these double-stitching lines on the fake shoes are improperly shaped.

In fact, the fake shoes have their double-stitching looking too small in length and too thick when compared to the legit shoes’ stitching.

On the other and, the authentic SB Dunk Lows have their stitches looking longer and thinner than the ones found on the fake shoes.

With this being said for the second way on how to spot fake [email protected] SB Dunk Low, let’s move on to the next step of the guide.

Step 3: Check the tongue of your SB Dunk Low Medicom Toy shoes

Proceeding to the third step of the guide on how to spot fake Medicom Toy SB Dunks, we are going to have a look at the real vs fake Medicom Toy Dunks for the tongue’s badge.

As you may know, the tongue of the Medicom Dunks has the classic “@“ [email protected] logo which we are now going to check.

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In the fake vs real Medicom Toy SB Dunk image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have three main flaws.

First of all, talking about the stitching at the bottom of the badge, you can notice how the replica pair has its stitches looking too thin, and they are also too angled too much.

The authentic Medicom Toy SB Dunks have their stitching thicker and not angled, as the stitches are also placed straight, unlike the fake pair’s stitches.

At the same time, the authentic shoes have their line of stitching placed straight, being parallel with the line which shapes the label of the shoes.

On the other hand, the fake shoes have their stitching crooked, not being perfectly parallel with the edge of the badge.

Then, talking about the “TM” text found on the right side of the badge, you can see how the fake shoes have their text looking too small, boxy and thick.

Speaking of the legitimate SB Dunk Lows, they have their “TM” text looking bigger, wider and thinner than the fake shoes’ text, and on the legit pair it is easier to read than the fake pair’s text.

Up next, looking at the [email protected] “@“ logo, you can see how the fake pair has its at (“@“) symbol seeming to be too small.

In fact, on the fake shoes, the “@“ logo isn’t too small, but the flaw right here is the length of the patch.

By that, we mean the the fake shoes have their badge looking longer in height and shorter in width compared to the authentic shoes’ badge, which is shorter and wider.

Step 4: Look at the Bearbrick logo on the side of your shoes

Going to the fourth method on how to authenticate [email protected] SB Dunk Lows, we are going to look at the real vs fake SB Dunk Low Medicom Toy shoes for the at (“@“) logo on the side of the shoes.

For now, let’s have a look at the real vs fake Bearbrick SB Dunk Low reference image below.

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In the fake vs real Medicom Toy SB Dunk image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have their “@“ symbol improperly shaped.

By that, we mean that the fake shoes have their bottom left side of the “@“ symbol crooked, as it is less curvy than the authentic shoes line, which is curvier than the fake pair’s line.

At the same time, the fake pari also has its “@“ symbol looking too thin, while the legit shoes have their “@“ character thicker and more defined.

In the right side of the logo, we have pointed out how the replica pair has its “@“ symbol looking too boxy and narrow, while the legit [email protected] logo is wider and bigger than the fake pair’s symbol.

The steps we’ve written so far are the best ways on how to authenticate this item.

The tells listed below this point are still reliable signs of authenticity, but for non-top-versions of replicas available for this item. We recommend sticking to the top tells we’ve explained above this point to make sure you’re not drawing the wrong conclusions.

Step 5: Inspect the Nike Swoosh logo on the side of your shoes

As for the fifth step of the guide on how to spot fake Nike SB Dunk Low Medicom Toy sneakers, we are going to look at the pairs for the Nike Swoosh logo.

Most of the time, the fake SB Dunk Low Medicom Toy pairs have their Nike Swoosh logo looking too little curvy at the top tip.

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As previously mentioned, in the fake vs real Nike SB Dunk Low Medicom Toy 2020 image above, we have noticed how the fake shoes have their Nike Swoosh logo looking too little curvy.

On the other hand, the authentic shoes have their Nike Swoosh logo looking curvier than the fake pair’s logo.

At the same time, the replica [email protected] SB Dunk pair also has its Nike Swoosh logo a bit smaller than what it is like on the legit shoes.

Step 6: Analyze the toe box of your Medicom Toy 2020 SB Dunks

Moving on to the sixth step of the guide on how to spot fake Medicom Toy SB Dunk Low pairs, we will remain still on the side of the shoes, but this time, we will check the toe boxes and their inflation level.

In most cases, the replica SB Dunks have their toe box looking deflated, while the authentic pairs must have a chunky look for their toe box, and this applies for the Medicom Toy Dunks as well.

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In the fake vs real Medicom SB Dunk Low image above, we have pointed out how the fake pair has its toe box looking too thin, with a deflated look.

The legitimate [email protected] SB Dunk Lows have their toe box looking thicker and more inflated than the fake pair’s toe box.

Another flaw visible on the fake pair’s toe box is the curviness, because the fake pair has its toe box looking less curvy than the authentic pair’s toe box.

As you may guess, the authentic SB Dunk Low pair has its toe box curvier than the fake pair’s toe box.

Step 7: Check the print on the insoles of your Bearbrick SB Dunk Low

Going to the seventh method on how to authenticate Bearbrick Dunks, we are going to verify the fake vs real Bearbrick SB Dunk Low pairs for the print on the insoles.

For now, let’s verify the reference real vs fake Medicom SB Dunk Low pairs in the image below in oder to verify the differences between the two pairs.

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In the image with the replica vs retail Medicom SB Dunk Low image above, we have pointed out how the fake pair has its print on the insole looking too little opaque.

In fact the fake pair has its print on the insole looking washed-out and worn-out already even though the pair was not used.

In the right side, below the “[email protected]” text, we have pointed out how the little inscription on the fake shoes is too thin and small, while the authentic shoes have their text thicker and bigger.

Step 8: Fake vs real Bearbrick Medicom Toy SB Dunk Low materials

For the eighth and the last step of the guide on how to spot fake Nike SB Dunk Low Medicom Toy 2020, we are going to verify the real vs fake Medicom Toy Dunks for the materials used to craft the shoes.

In a similar way to the Chunky Dunky SBs, the Medicom Toy SBs were crafted with close materials that look like the leather of a cow, if you look closely.

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In the fake vs real Medicom Toy Dunk image above, we have pointed out how the fake shoes have their leather material not coming out of the shoes as much as the legit shoes’ material.

Therefore, the fake shoes’ materials look less real than the authentic Medicom Toy Dunk’s leather.

How can I spot fake Nike SB Dunk Low Medicom Toy  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 Bearbrick Dunks.

That is why we have compiled this quick 60 seconds solution to authenticating your sneakers. Below are the top 8 indicators that can help you determine if you have a fake pair of sneakers or original Nike SB x Medicom Toy Bearbrick manufactured Dunk Lows.

  1. Check the size tag inside your shoes. Mostly, the replica Bearbrick Dunks have their text on the size tag looking too thin
  2. Verify your shoes from the rear side, as most of the fake pairs have their stitching improperly shaped, due to thickness and length flaws
  3. Look at the tongue of your shoes. In most cases, the fake pairs have their badge too long, the stitching is too thin, and the “TM” text is also too small, boxy, and thick
  4. Check the at (“@“) logo on the side of your shoes. Usually, the fake pairs have their “@“ looking too thin, small, narrow, and improperly shaped
  5. Inspect the Nike Swoosh logo on the side of your shoes, since most of the fake pairs have their logo too little curvy and too small
  6. Examine the toe box of your shoes. The replica Bearbrick SB Dunk Low pairs commonly have their toe box looking deflated, being too thin
  7. Authenticate the insoles of your shoes because the fake pairs usually have their prints looking washed-out, being too little opaque
  8. Lastly, have a look at the materials used to craft your shoes. Usually, the fake Bearbrick SB Dunk Low pairs have their materials coming too out of the shoes too little compared to the legit shoes’ “cow leather-shaped” 

Where can I get my Medicom Toy SB Dunk authenticated? The Nike SB Dunk legit check service

If you need help with the authentication of your Medicom Toy SB Dunk Lows, we’ve got you covered.

All you have to do is send us good-quality pictures of your Medicom Dunks 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 fake vs real Medicom Toy SB Dunk guide. We will continue to update this article as better and newer comparisons are put out.

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