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How to spot fake

Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga

in 34 steps

Created 2016-10-11
Modified 2016-11-28
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1. Profile

Learn how to spot fake Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga's with this detailed 34 point step-by-step guide by goVerify.

5. Box Logos

On the side of the retail box is a Yeezy Boost 350, Adidas and Trefoil logo as well as the words Made by Adidas, Adidas.com/Kanye. Check the quality of the printing, make sure the logos are solid with clean sharp edges. Also make sure the typefaces used are correct, pay specific attention to the diagonal bar through the 0 in 350. Make sure the logos are center aligned within the side panel.

11. Toe Profile

If you look at the shoe from the front you will notice the very pronounced pear shape bulge of the outsole. Also check that the stitch line that starts under the toe cap (and runs under the laces) is at a slight angle as opposed to a straight vertical line. Tip: If you look carefully you will notice the outsole under the toebox and forefoot area is actually concave.

18. Collar Stitching

Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga's have high quality stitching along the edge of the ankle collar, make sure the stitching is tight, neat and evenly spaced. Make sure the width of the hem is even and that the stitch line follows the edge of the hem perfectly. Take note of the diagonal join where the two ends of the hem overlap and join.

34. Toe Logo

The toe tip of the TPU outsole will have an Adidas and Trefoil logo debossed into it. Make sure the typeface used is correct, make sure the letters are sharp and clear.

 

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