Last Updated on January 11, 2024 by
In this guide, we’ll talk about the notorious
Stone Island badge.
Real vs fake images
Let’s get at it!
How to spot real vs fake Stone Island
You can spot real vs fake Stone Island through the badge. Look at the text and stitching quality, as fakes are always flawed.
Find a quick 4-step solution to quickly identify genuine Stone Island badges in this comprehensive guide.
1.1. Green & Yellow
The “N” character is well-defined and not fat.
The diagonal line in the middle of the “N” is clearly visible.
The “N” character is fatter and less well-defined.
The diagonal line in the middle of the “N” is not as visible as on the authentic badge.
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The “S” character is evenly shaped and curvy.
The “S” character appears to be too long and less curvy.
This inconsistency is a clear indicator of a fake Stone Island badge.
1.3. Black & White
Evenly shaped and well-spaced characters in the word “STONE.”
The “S” character in the word “STONE” is too long at the top and looks too close to the “T” character next to it.
1.4. Cream & White
The “S” character in the word “STONE” is well-proportioned and has adequate spacing between the “S” and “T.”
The “L” character in the word “ISLAND” is stitched close to the “A.”
The “S” character in the word “STONE” is too thin and lacks sufficient spacing between the “S” and “T.”
The “L” and “A” characters in the word “ISLAND” are more spaced out on the fake badge.
The green color on the authentic badge is a true green shade and is clearly distinguishable as green.
On the fake Stone Island badge, the green color appears darker and may have a slight resemblance to grey.
3.1. Green & Yellow
Precise stitching around the text and logo.
Neat and smooth stitching on the “S” character and other badge parts.
Misplaced stitching, including areas outside the text and logo.
Chunky and heavy stitching on the “S” character and other parts, lacking neatness.
Authentic: Check for loose threads or stitching errors below the compass.
Fake: Replicas often have extra white threads below the compass, indicating poor stitching quality. 3.3. Cream
Authentic: Ensure there are no loose threads hanging below the compass.
Fake: Replicas may have loose cream-colored threads below the compass, indicating poor craftsmanship.
A quick mention:
The steps we’ve written so far are the BEST ways to authenticate this item The next few steps are still reliable methods… … but they apply to non-top-versions of replicas available for this item
If in doubt, we recommend double-checking the steps we’ve explained above this line.
Authentic: The center of the compass is deeply stitched, demonstrating high-quality craftsmanship.
Fake: The fake badge may have the center of the compass stitched superficially, indicating lower quality equipment used in its production. Authenticity checklist
To make the process quicker and easier, here are 4 indicators to check for to confirm whether your Stone Island badge is real or fake:
text on the Stone Island badge for inconsistencies. Ensure the
color of the badge is bold and bright. Look for threads that hang from the
stitching on the back and in front of the badge.
Check that the stitching of the compass is deep and heavy. Expert Stone Island Legit Check
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Explaining whether we believe your badge is fake or authentic.
That concludes our guide on differentiating between real and fake Stone Island badges.
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