How To Spot A Fake Supreme x Louis Vuitton Wallet

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Last Updated on January 10, 2024 by Ch David

Want to learn how to spot a fake Supreme x Louis Vuitton wallet?

In this guide, we’ll teach you just that.

Attached to each step are real vs fake images to help authenticate your wallet.

Now that you know what this is about, let’s proceed to the proper Supreme x Louis Vuitton real vs fake guide.

Relevant read: How to spot a fake Louis Vuitton wallet.

How to tell if a Supreme Louis Vuitton wallet is real?

You can tell if a Supreme x Louis Vuitton wallet is real if the inscription inside the wallet has the same thickness for all characters. Fakes never pass this test!

Let’s see the 6 ways to authenticate a Supreme x LV wallet.

1. Interior label

The text on the authentic Supreme x LV wallet has the same font weight for every line of text.

  • In the word “LOUIS”:
    • The letter “L” is too thin.
    • While the rest of the letters are thicker.
  • In the word “VUITTON”:
    • The “VU” in “VUITTON” is too thin.
    • The “ITTON” text is too thick.
  • The word “PARIS” is not opaque enough.
  • The “made in France” text is not visible enough on the fake wallet.

Too difficult? Let our team of expert Supreme x LV authenticators take a look at your wallet:

2. LV

You’ll also find this inscription on the Supreme x Louis Vuitton backpack.

  • The edges of the letters are too rounded on the fake wallet.
  • The fake”LV” doesn’t fit properly into the leather.
  • Hence, the fake logo looks like it’s peeling off on the left side.
  • At the top-right corner of the letter “V”, the fake letter is not curvy enough.

The authentic “LV” text fits properly into the wallet, and it is deeper than the fake wallet’s text.

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.

3. Supreme

3.1. The “Supr” side

  • The fake letters are too thick. Most visible at the bottom of the “S”.
  • The top of the fake “p” is too curvy.
  • The “p” also has too much blank space between the circle and the vertical leg.
  • The same letter “p” is not as wide as the authentic.

3.2. The “eme” side

  • The “m” has the bottom side of the left leg crooked.
  • The top of the “m” is not painted entirely. The lines are sharp instead of round.
  • Both letters “e” have the bottom leg shorter than the authentic.

4. Color

  • The fake wallet is darker than the authentic one.

The authentic Supreme x Louis Vuitton wallet has a brighter nuance of red.

5. Stitching

  • The stitching at the top of the wallet is too thick.
  • The fake threads are also too short.
  • The letter “r” in the “Supreme” text is too curvy at the top.

6. Packaging

  • This is the full packaging of an authentic wallet.

Fake wallets commonly have the box with the “Supreme LV” red and white pattern.

That box indicates a 100% fake wallet.

However, you should first authenticate the wallet itself and leave packing last.

Resellers of replicas may swap authentic boxes, as they’re easy to attach to a fake wallet.

Shortlist: Authenticate your wallet in 30 seconds

  1. Interior Label: Examine the label inside the wallet. Counterfeits often display text with incorrect font-weight or misalignment.
  2. LV Text: Inspect the “LV” inscription on the wallet’s side. Fake Supreme x LV wallets may have this text appearing too slender or improperly formed.
  3. Supreme Text: Check the “Supreme” inscription on the wallet’s exterior. Replicas frequently misshape this text or use incorrect font weights.
  4. Color: Evaluate the wallet’s hue. Counterfeit Supreme x LV wallets often sport a shade that’s too dark compared to genuine ones.
  5. Stitching: Scrutinize the wallet’s stitching. Fakes might feature stitches that are too short or overly thick.
  6. Packaging: Delve into the wallet’s packaging. Counterfeit Supreme x LV wallets typically come in boxes adorned with the red and white “Supreme LV” pattern, while authentic ones are packaged in the classic orange box bearing the “LOUIS VUITTON” text.

While the 6 in-depth steps mentioned earlier can be invaluable, they might not be ideal when you’re pressed for time or considering an online purchase.

For those moments, we’ve curated a swift 60-second guide for you. Here are the top 6 tell-tale signs to help you discern between a genuine and a counterfeit Supreme x LV wallet.

Expert Supreme x Louis Vuitton wallet authentication

Having doubts about your Supreme x Louis Vuitton wallet’s authenticity? Don’t worry; we’re here to help.

  • Simply forward clear, high-resolution images of your wallet to us.
  • Our dedicated team will assess them and provide feedback within 24 to 48 hours.
  • You’ll also receive a comprehensive analysis detailing the reasons behind our determination of its authenticity.

This concludes our guide on distinguishing genuine vs counterfeit Supreme x Louis Vuitton wallets.

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Ch Daniel and Ch David

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About the Author

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.
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