How To Spot Fake Palm Angels Caps – Fake Vs Real Palm Angels Cap

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If you are looking to learn how to spot fake Palm Angels caps, you are in the right place to do so.

In this fake vs real fake Palm Angels cap legit check guide, we are going to teach you how to spot fake Palm Angels caps in just a few simples steps to follow.

Along with each step of our real vs fake Palm Angels cap guide, we are going to link fake vs real PA cap images so that every step would be clear and easy to understand.

Before we begin the guide, we’d like to mention that this guide applies to every colour of the Palm Angels cap.

The fastest way to spot fake Palm Angels caps is to check the wash tag found on the interior side of the cap. The replica fake Palm Angels caps never have their inscriptions on the wash tags in tune with the ones visible on the authentic Palm Angels caps, as there is the biggest gap in lack of quality.

How to spot fake Palm Angels caps

Step 1: Real vs fake Palm Angels cap wash tag

As we’ve previously mentioned, we consider the wash tag as the most reliable sign of authenticity when speaking of the fake Palm Angels caps.

Therefore, this is why we are starting this real vs fake Palm Angels cap legit check guide with the wash tag.

First of all, let’s have a quick look at the Palm Angels cap fake vs real image below in order to spot the flaws on the fake item easily.

fake vs real Palm Angels cap

Now that you’ve had a look at the real vs fake Palm Angels cap image above, let’s move on to the flaws.

First of all, by looking at the “O/S” text at the upmost hand-emoji pointer in the fake vs real Palm Angels cap image above, you can see how the fake item has its text looking too thick, and how it uses a different font from the legit cap.

On the other hand, the authentic Palm Angels cap has its “O/S” text looking thinner than the fake cap’s text.

Then, moving a line lower to the “FABRIC” text, you can see in the fake vs real PA cap image above how the fake item has its text looking too thick, while the legit cap has its text thinner.

As for the “100% COTTON” text, we have pointed out how the fake piece has its text once again looking too thick and using a different font from the one used on the authentic cap’s text.

In the middle side of the wash tag on your cap, you can see how there are instructions about what to do and what not to do in order to wash your PA cap.

Looking at those inscriptions, we have noticed how the fake Palm Angels cap has its characters looking too thin this time, while the legit cap has its inscriptions thicker than the fake cap’s.

Moving a little bit lower, as for the last lines of text (the two hand-emoji pointers from the bottom side of the real vs fake Palm Angels cap image above), we have pointed out how the fake cap has its text looking too thin.

Besides, the fake cap also has its last six lines of text improperly printed to the wash tag, as they are less visible than the ones on the authentic cap.

On the other hand, you can see in the fake vs real Palm Angels cap image above how the legit cap has its text at the same font-weight, and how it is properly printed to the wash tag, as the text on the legit bag is easily readable.

Step 2: Check the text above the brim of your Palm Angels cap (the front text)

Moving on to the second step of the guide on how to spot fake Palm Angels caps, we are going to check the fake vs real Palm Angels caps from the front side, for the text above the brim.

authentication Palm Angels cap

In the real vs fake Palm Angels cap image above, we have pointed out how the fake Palm Angels cap has its text improperly font-weighted and curved.

By that, we mean that the fake cap has its text looking too thin, while the text on the authentic cap is thicker.

The curving problem is visible on all of the letters that we’ve pointed out in the fake vs real Palm Angels cap image above.

At the same time, the last hand-emoji pointer, the one on the letter “s” in the “Angels” text refers to how the fake cap has its letter looking not only too curvy but also too thick on the bottom side of the letter.

Once again, all of the sides of the letters that we’ve pointed hand-emoji pointers in the fake vs real Palm Angels cap image above show you how the specific sides are too curvy on the fake cap, and how they are less curvy and more straight on the authentic cap.

Step 3: Look at the text on the back of your Palm Angels cap

For the third way on how to spot fake Palm Angels caps, we are going to have a look at the fake vs real Palm Angels caps for the text on the back of the cap.

As you may be used to already, we are first going to have a look at the reference fake vs real Palm Angels cap image below.

how to spot fake Palm Angels caps

In the real vs fake Palm Angels cap image above, we have pointed out how the fake cap also has its letters looking too thin on the rear text.

Once again, in the fake vs real Palm Angels cap image above, we have pointed out at the letters “a” and “m” in the “Palm” text, where it is the easiest to notice the thickness flaw.

As for the word “Angels”, we have placed the hand-emoji pointers at the letters “A”, “n”, “g” and “s”, where you can also see how the letters are too thin.

The quality difference is major when you compare the fake vs real Palm Angels caps side-by-side, where you can see how the authentic cap has all of its letters at the same font-weight, unlike the fake cap that doesn’t do so.

Step 4: Fake vs real Palm Angels cap interior label

Moving on to the last step of the guide on how to spot fake Palm Angels caps, we are going to check the “Palm Angels” label on the interior side of the fake vs real Palm Angels caps.

First, let’s quickly check the reference Palm Angels cap real vs fake image below.

legit check Palm Angels cap

In the fake vs real Palm Angels cap image above, we have shown you how the fake cap has, once again, its text looking too thin.

The counterfeit cap has its letters in both the “Palm” and the “Angels” text looking too thin, while the letters on the authentic cap are thicker, and also having the same font-weight for each letter.

How can I spot fake Palm Angels cap 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 Palm Angels caps.

That is why we have compiled this quick 60 seconds solution to authenticating your sneakers. Below are the top 4 indicators that can help you determine if you have a fake or original manufactured Palm Angels cap.

  1. Check the wash tag inside your Palm angels cap. Most of the time, the counterfeit Palm Angels caps have their text on the wash tag looking too thick
  2. Verify the text on the front side of your cap, above the brim. Usually, the counterfeit Palm Angels caps have their text on the front side of the cap looking too thin
  3. Inspect the text on the back of your Palm Angels cap. The counterfeit PA caps usually have their text on the back of the cap looking too thin as well
  4. Verify the label inside your Palm Angels cap, which as you may guess, it has its text looking too thin as well, as it lacks quality in terms of printing when compared to the authentic PA caps

Where can I get my Palm Angels cap authenticated? The Palm Angels authentication service

If you need help with the authentication of your Palm Angels cap, we’ve got you covered.

All you have to do is send us good-quality pictures of your Palm Angels cap 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 cap is fake or authentic.

That brings us to the end of our fake vs real Palm Angels cap legit check guide. We will continue to update this article as better and newer comparisons are put out.

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