Mon. Jul 15th, 2024

Here are 6 inconsistencies we found on the size tag of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Bred.

In spite of the fact that 6 indicators may sound alarming for such a small size tag, if you want to tell the difference between a fake and a real Adidas size tag, you must recognize that the devil is in the details.

  1. The “US UK FR JP CHN” print test

There are different sizing labels for the different countries on the second row of the label, just below the “Made In China” text.

On the second row, the text US UK FR JP CHN is thicker on the fakes than it is on the real size tags.

There is very little space between the letters and the line below the text on the fake tag, which makes it look like the letters are floating on the tag.

It is also possible to see slight ink blotting on the “S” of the US, an indication of poor quality printing.

  1. The “Made In China” label print.

There are subtle differences between the letters on the real size tag and the fake one on the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Bred. While it may not be easy to tell, the real size tag is manufactured in China.

On closer inspection, you will notice that the fake’s letters are slightly bolder than the thinner ones on the real size tag.

On the replica size tag, the letters are also more widely spaced out, while in the real one, the spacing is more even to provide a more authentic appearance.

3.The UPC/EAN code text print

A UPC/EAN code appears on the size tag in the second to last row along with a hashtag.

The UPC/EAN code on the size tag may not match what is on the box label – but we’re not considering this as a reliable way to spot a fake Yeezy 350 v2.

What you should look out for here is poor printing quality. The original size tag has thinner numbers, while the counterfeit tag has bolder text.

4.The adidas copyright ® location

You can identify fake Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Breds by checking the location of the Adidas ® symbol. If the ® symbol touches the “s” on the Adidas logo, it’s an ink blot.

There are times when it just appears as a black circle without any legibility.

Since the original printing is of higher quality, there is no ink blotting and the ® is completely legible and clearly separated from the “adidas” text.

  1. The font on the 11/16 serial numbers

Aside from the CLU/APE inscription are two serial numbers that indicate the production date. The font on the original side tag differs from the replica.

There is a slight difference between the numbers on the original and fake tags on the Yeezy Bred.

On the real tag, the slash that separates the numbers is interrupted in the middle, but on the fake sneakers, it continues uninterrupted all the way to the end.

A slash that separates the numbers on the real tag is interrupted in the middle, while the one on the fake sneakers runs uninterrupted.

Due to the fact that the production date can vary, we do not consider the numbers written here to be an accurate way to authenticate the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Black Red (Bred).

Again, we’re looking for inconsistencies in text printing quality.

6.The appearance of MALE/MÂLE text print

You will notice a bolder and thicker shape in the text print on the fifth row of the size tag if you have the fake sneakers.

In the original pair, however, the text is thinner and longer due to the finer and better printing.

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