Vlone Legit Check: How To Spot A Fake (2024)

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Last Updated on May 16, 2024 by Ch David

Since Vlone is really demanded, we have to remember that there are many fakes.

Today, we’ll teach you how to legit check Vlone alone.

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Infographic: Quick ways to spot fake Vlone

How to tell if Vlone is real or fake

You can tell if your Vlone is real by checking if the text on the V-shaped neck tag is straight. Fakes always have their text slanted.

1. Back “V” logo

1.1. Best-quality replica comparison

Vlone Fake T-Shirt – Good Replica Comparison – Rear Print

Flaws on the fake Vlone t-shirt:

  • The dents in the “V” print are too large on the replica Vlone t-shirt.
  • This is a flaw that the main part of the fake Vlone manufacturers always mistake.

The real t-shirt has smaller holes for the V-shaped logo which looks like it has bulletholes and other rips inside.

1.2. Lower-quality replica comparison

Let’s also have a look at the inferior quality of the real vs fake Vlone FRIENDS- rear print quality. There are lots of these in the market too, so it’s our job to protect your from buying one by mistake.

Vlone Fake T-Shirt – Bad Replica Comparison – Rear Print
  • The fake Vlone print is placed too high.
  • The logo is also crooked and wrongly placed, as it is angled too much to the right
  • The fake “V” logo is placed too high on the t-shirt.

The authentic Vlone print is more centred than the fake item, and this is a spot that you can check with the naked eye.

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2. Front “FRIENDS-” logo

Vlone “FRIENDS-” Legit Check – Front Print

There are a few things to look at when checking fake vs real Vlone items to the front part:

  • The letter “F”: The second line of the letter is arched too much on the replica Vlone item. On the legit Vlone FRIENDS- print, the line is perfectly sharp.
  • The letter “R”: The top right corner of the “R” is less curvy on the replica Vlone print. The legit Vlone print has the “R” looking curvier and more arched.
  • The letter “D”: The blank space inside the letter is too small. On the other hand, the retail Vlone has more space there. You may see this inside the letter “R” as well.
  • The “D” and “S”: Too little distance between the “D” and the “S” letters on the replica Vlone print. These letters are too close to each other.
  • Hyphen (“-“) #1: The hyphen/dash symbol is too small in length.
  • Hyphen (“-“) #2: The corners of the symbol are curved, while the real dash has sharp corners.

That’s all you have to know about the “FRIENDS-” text on your Vlone tee or hoodie.

3. Neck tag

Vlone “FRIENDS” Legit Check – Neck Tag

As you can see in the picture linked above, we’ve got two main points to look at:

  • The fake Vlone item has thicker inscriptions.
    • Most noticeable in the “SIZE-(x)” text, and the text below it.
  • The fake “LIVE VLONE DIE VLONE” text has a different nuance of orange.
    • The fake text is a brighter orange, while the legit one is darker.

More Vlone legit checking for you: Vlone x Palm Angels, Vlone x Fragment.

4. Wash tag

Vlone – Wash Tag Legit Check
  • The “100% COTTON” uses a different font from the real Vlone wash tag.
  • The same text is thinner than the legit item’s text.
  • The “MADE IN USA” is too thin on the fake t-shirt, while thicker on the real one.
  • The same inscription is too big, and it is smaller on the real item.
  • The circle in the middle of the wash tag is too small and thin. You’ll see it thicker and bigger on the real item.
  • The “DRY CLEAN ONLY” text is too big and thin on the fake. The opposite is on the real t-shirt.
  • The “V” logo is too small on the fake t-shirt and bigger on the real product.

Shortlist for you to legit check Vlone items

  1. Check the rear “V” logo print. Fake Vlone items have holes in the logo too curvy and arched, and the “V” may be placed too high or too angled/crooked.
  2. Verify the front “FRIENDS-” print. The fake Vlone items have the corners of the characters curvy instead of sharp and at the same time, they have less space between the characters.
  3. Inspect the neck tag. Fake Vlones either have the text with a nuance of orange that’s too bright, or the text is too thick.
  4. Analyse the wash tag so the text won’t have a different font than the legit ones, and so it won’t be too thick. The most important thing to look at here is the “V” print because fake Vlone items don’t have holes in the “V” logo.

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Thank you for reading this,

Ch Daniel and Ch David

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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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