Learn how to spot fake Nike Dunk Low Orange Pearls with this detailed 28 point step-by-step guide by goVerify.
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Nike Dunk Low Orange Pearls will have a solid box with rigid flat sides. The short sides fold over and are secured to the box with notches on the sides. Note how the fold on the short side has a square top to it; you can see the double score line where the side folds over, creating the square fold. The long side has a thin exposed cardboard edge and may curve down in the middle. Make sure the solid printing is not cracking along any of the folds.
The Dunk Low Orange Pearl heel bears the NIKE logo. Note that the stitching is tight and even, and that it puffs out slightly from the heel panel. Check that the logo typeface is correct. The stitching along the panel itself should be neat and run evenly around the edge.
The Nike Dunk Low Orange Pearls will come with flat woven laces. Make sure the lace tips are sealed in clear plastic caps.
Nikes from 2020 have dual inside labels that are different from left to right shoe. Check that the style number, usually nine digits, matches the one found on the box. The shoe's production date will fall between the two dates indicated on the label. Make sure the shoe size matches the box label. Look for the unique QR code; next to it is a unique product code. The product code on the right shoe will be different to the left shoe label. Check that the UPC code matches the box label. The QR codes themselves will be different on each shoe; look closely and you'll spot the different patterns.