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Learn how to spot fake Puma Creeper Velvet Black with this detailed 28 point step-by-step guide by goVerify.
Puma shoe boxes feature a label on the one side detailing style name, size, color, country of manufacture and a 8 digit ART number. Check all of these details carefully. Tip 1: Check that the 8 digit ART number matches the one found on the label inside the shoe. Tip 2: scan the barcode (even a photo of one) with a barcode scanner app, the exact product including size should be correct.
Puma Creeper Velvet Black come with a velvet dust bag with the Fenty logo embroidered onto the front. Make sure the typeface used is correct, make sure the embroidery is tight and neat with no loose ends. The pull cords that are used to close the bag are flat satin ribbons, on one end there will be a round disc with a warning on it. Make sure the letters of the gold printed warning are sharp and clear.
Puma Creeper's will have a velvet eyelet panel with eyelet holes drilled into it. Make sure the holes are neat and clean. Take note of the stitch line along the bottom edge of the eyelet panel, make sure the stitching is tight, neat, evenly spaced and follows the edge of the panel perfectly.
Puma Creeper Velvet Black have a Puma logo embossed into the outsole. Check that the letters have slightly rounded edges. This is also a good opportunity to have a close up look at the texture of the rubber outsole. Tip: Make sure the letters of the logo have not filled in.