Learn how to spot fake Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 TRFRMs with this detailed 37 point step-by-step guide by goVerify.
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The retail box will have well constructed supportive side walls to keep the box rigid and to improve protection. Check the structure of the folds, make sure that the top edges are square. The short sides of the box will be much thicker than the long sides. Check inside the box, take note of the large finger hole on the short side of the box, it will have a perforated fold to allow your finger in to pull the box open. Tip: The inner of the box is locked into the outer with small tabs, so the two halves are not easy to separate.
New Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 TRFRMs will come with various types of swing tags depending on region. There is usually one swing tag that explains how the colour of the fabric might change. Some countries might have different languages on them. The second swing tag is often a standard Adidas product swing tag. Some regions might include an RF tag, some might include a size chart. Check that the information detailed on the product tag matches the box sticker as well as the information found on the label inside the shoe. Check that the print quality is solid with sharp edges. Make sure the typeface is correct. Tip 1: Check the PO# and Art number specifically.
Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 TRFRMs come with high quality tubular woven laces. Make sure the weave is tight and even, make sure the lace tips are sealed with a clear cap and no loose ends show.
Under the sockliner there will be a size code embossed into the rubber. Make sure the size matches the size of the label on the retail box and the label inside the shoe. Note how the sockliners often cover more than one shoe size, in this case both 10 and 11.