Want to learn how to spot fake Supreme San Fransisco Store Opening box logos? Afraid of getting scammed with a fake box logo tee?
No need to worry anymore, as this fake vs real Supreme SF Store Opening box logo t-shirt guide will show you all you need to know about this bogo’s authentication.
To put it shortly, the fastest way to spot fake Supreme San Fransisco box logo t-shirts is checking the neck tag, because the replica SF box logo tees always have their text there at the wrong thickness. At the same time, all of the real box logo t-shirts are flawless and they always have their neck tag’s text properly font-weighted.
For the first step of the guide on how to spot fake Supreme San Fransisco box logo tees, we are going to move inside the tees, where we are going to have a look at the text on the neck tags.
In the image with the real vs replica Supreme San Fransisco Store opening box logo t-shirts above, we have pointed out how the fake tee has three flaws.
First of all, when it comes to the “Supreme” box logo, most of the fake tees have their letters too thick and too bulky, and the fake tee above proves so.
At the same time, you can see how the real t-shirt’s “Supreme” text in the box logo looks thinner and slimmer than its replica.
Moving on, the registered trademark “®” symbol on the fake Supreme tee is placed too far away from the box logo above, while the real t-shirt’s symbol is placed close enough to almost make contact with the bogo.
Lastly, in the middle of the neck tag, you can see how the fake Supreme tee’s three lines of text look too thin, and how the real ones look thicker.
For the second method of the guide on how to spot a fake Supreme San Fransisco box logo t-shirt, we are going to talk about the lettering in the actual SF box logo.
The picture with the authentic vs fake Supreme San Fransisco Store Opening box logo tees above shows you how the fake item’s letters are too thin.
The precise spots which we’ve pointed out show you this flaw the best. For instance, the letter “p” has its vertical leg being too thin, while the real letter has the same leg looking thicker.
Aside from the thickness of the letters, the letters “u” and “p” on the fake Supreme box logo tee have too much space in-between, and on the other hand, the real tee has these two letters place closer to each other.
Going to the third method of the guide on how to spot fake Supreme San Fransisco Store Opening box logo tees, we are going to flip the t-shirts to their rear side, where we need to check the inscriptions.
The image with the authentic vs fake Supreme San Fransisco box logo t-shirts above, we have pointed out how the “1015 Market Street” text on the fake box logo tee looks too thin and too tall.
Looking at the genuine Supreme tee, you can notice how the same “1015 Market Street” inscription looks thicker and smaller, therefore boxier than the fake one.
The 3 detailed real vs fake Supreme SF Store Opening bogo steps outlined above might not be so practical when you are in a hurry or when you want to buy the item online.
That is why we have compiled this quick 30 seconds solution to authenticating your Supreme San Fransisco box logo. Below are the top 3 indicators that can help you determine if you have a fake or real Supreme San Fransisco box logo.
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All you have to do is send us high-quality pictures of your Supreme San Fransisco Store Opening tee 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 item is fake or authentic.
That brings us to the end of our guide on how to spot fake vs real Supreme San Fransisco box logo. We will continue to update this article as better and newer comparisons are put out.
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