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Learn how to spot fake Puma Fenty Jelly Slide's with this detailed 25 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 style (ART) number. Check all of these details carefully. Tip 1: scan the barcode (even a photo of one) with a barcode scanner app, the exact product including size should be correct.
Puma Fenty Jelly Slides 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.
There is a printed shoe size label on the side of the slide. Make sure this size matches the size debossed into the sole of the slide and the label stuck on the retail box. Make sure the printing is sharp and solid. Check that the typeface used is correct, take note of the letter 'Q' in Fabrique, the tail of the 'Q' should stick up into the hollow of the letter.
If you look under the shoe there is a jumping Puma debossed into the sole. Make sure the debossing is neat and sharp. Tip: Can you see the ears of the Puma.