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Learn how to spot fake Reebok Classics with this detailed 26 point step-by-step guide by goVerify.
Reebok Classics retail boxes have deep debossed stripes on the lid and sides. If you look closely you will see that these debossed stripes have clean straight edges. Note how the stripes end before the edges of the lid fold over.
Reebok Classics come with high quality flat woven laces. Make sure the lace tips are tightly sealed with a plastic cap. Make sure the weave is tight and even.
Reebok Classics will have an embroided Reebok Classics logo on a tongue patch. Make sure the typeface is correct, make sure there is a small registered R above the heritage Starcrest logo. Make sure the tips of each triangle in the Starcrest logo have a sharp point.
If you fold the sockliner back you will see the added layer of foam with provides extra comfort for your foot. Note how the foam and fabric upper have a perfectly clean join with no excess glue or rough edges. Make sure there are three layers to the sockliner, two foam layers (one dense and one coarse) and one fabric layer at the top.