Adidas NMD R1 Bape Olive Camo

Learn how to spot fakes with a 35 step guide

Created 2018-12-10 ©goVerify, Inc.

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1. Profile

Learn how to spot fake Adidas NMD R1 Bape Olives with this detailed 35 point step-by-step guide by goVerify.

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8. Box Construction

Adidas NMD R1 Bape Olives come in a sturdy retail box, make sure the lid doubles over back into the box to create structural strength. Check that the lid section which folds back into the box is attached with two small glued down tabs. Also note how the side walls, when viewed from inside the box, have a locking system that does not require any gluing. The side panels have tabs that stick right through holes cut into the side corners. Make sure the 3 Stripes which are debossed into the box can be seen from the inside as well.

15. Pull Tab

Adidas NMD R1 Bape Olives have long pull tab's on the heel. They will have printing which says "A Bathing Ape" with registered R on them. Make sure the typeface is correct and that the printing is solid with clear sharp edges. Check that the fabric weave is tight, neat and even.

24. Collar

Make sure the zigzag stitching along the collar ribbing is neat and even.

30. Forefoot Stitching

Inside the shoe, at the forefoot, you will see a short area of stitching joining the insole to the upper. Make sure the stitching is tight, neat and evenly spaced. Make sure the insole has the same camo patches with Ape logos like the upper.

Retail Box
Box Label
Box Trefoils
Trefoil Detail
Lid Stripes
Box Construction
Lid Lock
Side Profile
Swing Tag
Heel Stitching
Heel Logo
Pull Tab
Midsole Plug
Toebox Plug
Boost Material
Toebox Camo
Toebox Ape
Heel Support
Label Inside (R)
Label Inside (L)
Insole Ape
Insole Logo
Forefoot Stitching
Shoe Trees
Outsole Pattern
Sole Logo
Boost Sole
Toe Numbers

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