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How to spot fake

Nike Flyknit Trainer

in 24 steps

Created 2017-11-01
Modified 2017-11-02
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1. Profile

Learn how to spot fake Nike Flyknit Trainers with this detailed 24 point step-by-step guide by goVerify.

5. Date Code

Most, not all, Nike retail boxes feature a date code stamped inside the box.

10. Laces

Nike Flyknit Trainers have high quality tubular woven laces, make sure the weave in the laces is tight and even. Check that the lace tips are perfectly sealed in tight clear plastic.

17. Insole Stitching

If you remove the sockliner you will see the stitching joining the insole to the upper. Make sure the stitching is tight, neat and evenly spaced. Also look for the positioning hole drilled into the middle of the heel.

23. Sole Logo

Nike Flyknit Trainers will have a silver and black Swoosh logo in a clear button molded into the soft midsole. Make sure the logo has clean straight edges.

 

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