If you are here because you want to learn how to spot fake Supreme Earthquake (Japan Relief) Box Logo t-shirts, you are in the right place.
In this fake vs real Supreme Earthquake Box Logo legit check guide, we have arranged four spots to analyze your Supreme Earthquake Bogo in order to see whether you have a fake or real Supreme Japan Relief Bogo.
Along with each step, you’ll find fake vs real Supreme Japan Relief Bogo images which will help you understand the flaws of the fake Supreme items.
The best spot to check in order to spot fake Supreme Japan Relief (Earthquake) Box Logo items is the wash tag because the replica Supreme manufacturers never manage to correct the flaws in terms of font weight.
As we previously mentioned, we consider the wash tag the most reliable sign of authenticity, when speaking of the Supreme Japan Relief Bogo.
First of all, let’s have a quick look at the reference fake vs real Supreme Japan Relief Bogo image in order to spot the flaws in the fake Supreme items easier.
In the real vs fake Supreme Japan Relief image above, we have pointed out how the text on the wash tag of the fake manufactured Supreme Earthquake t-shirt is too thin compared to the text on the retail item.
On the other hand, looking at the authentic Supreme Japan Relief Bogo, you can notice how the text is significantly thicker than the one met on the fake Supreme item.
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For the second step of the guide on how to spot fake Supreme Japan Relief Box Logo items, we are going to check out the neck tag of the fake vs real Supreme Japan Relief.
In the Supreme Earthquake real vs fake image above, we have pointed out several flaws in the replica Earthquake t-shirt.
First of all, looking at the top of the neck tag on the fake Supreme item, you can see how the box logo has its “Supreme” text looking too thin on the first letter “e”, and how the rest of the letters are thicker than the ones met on the retail item.
Besides, you can also notice how the replica Supreme Japan Relief item has its letters improperly kerned, as there is too much spacing between the letters.
The authentic Supreme items will always have the same amount of space between all of the letters.
Moving on, we have the “PRE-SHRUNK” and the “100% COTTON” prints. Looking at the authentic Supreme Japan Relief item, you can see how the text on the fake Supreme Earthquake item is too thin compared to the authentic Japan Relief Bogo.
Up next, we have pointed out the “MADE IN U.S.A.” in the fake vs real Supreme Japan Relief image above, and shown you how the fake Supreme item has its text wavily placed.
Not only that, but the fake item’s neck tag text is also looking too thick on the letter “A” in the “USA” text, and too thin on the letter “S”, in the same text.
Lastly, looking at the text with the size of the t-shirt, you can notice how the fake Supreme Earthquake item has its text looking too big and too thin, while the authentic Japan Bogo has its text looking smaller and thinner.
The steps we’ve written so far are the best ways to authenticate this item.
The next few steps are still reliable signs of authenticity but are for non-top-versions of replicas available for this item. We recommend sticking to the steps we’ve explained above to make sure you’re not drawing the wrong conclusions.
For the third step of the guide on how to spot fake Supreme Japan Relief Box Logo items, we are going to check out the lettering on the actual box logo, on the front side of the real vs fake Japan Relief Bogo items.
In the real vs fake Supreme Japan Bogo image above, we have pointed out three main flaws found in the fake Earthquake Box Logo item.
First of all, if you take a quick look at the reference real vs fake Supreme Japan Relief Bogo image again, you’ll notice how the letter “S” appears to be too thin on the bottom side, while the authentic item is thicker.
Then, looking at the top side of the letter “u”, you’ll notice how the fake Surpeme Japan Relief Bogo has its letter looking, once again, too thin, and how the authentic Earthquake Bogo has its letters looking thicker.
Lastly, looking at the letter “p”, you can see how the fake Supreme Japan Relief item looks too thick on the bottom side, and the authentic item looks thinner on the letter “p”.
As for the fourth and the last step of the guide on how to spot fake Supreme Earthquake Box Logo items, we are going to check out the real vs fake Supreme Earthquake items for the rear side’s text.
In the fake vs real Supreme Japan Relief image above, we have pointed out how the fake Supreme Earthquake Box Logo item has multiple lines of text looking too thick compared to the text met on the authentic Supreme Earthquake item.
The 4 detailed real vs fake Supreme Earthquake 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 60 seconds solution to authenticating your Supreme Bogo. Below are the top 4 indicators that can help you determine if you have a fake or real Supreme Box Logo item.
If you need help with the authentication of your Supreme Japan Relief Box Logo, we’ve got you covered.
All you have to do is send us high-quality pictures of your Supreme Japan Relief Box Logo 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 Japan Relief (Earthquake) Box Logo t-shirts. We will continue to update this article as better and newer comparisons are put out.
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