We've seen some truly terrible fake Yeezy Boosts as of late, but unfortunately, not all fakes are that quite that obvious. In Brooklyn, you can buy fake Yeezys at the corner bodegas, and if you're looking online, you should probably know better than to try to cop a pair on Craigslist. When looking at the size tags of the real vs fake Yeezy side by side, there are a few errors that you should be able to spot. If you're looking for more detailed info on how to spot fake for any specific Yeezy release/model, you should head to my Yeezy releases page. This is my third guide on how to spot fake Yeezys and its important to keep up to date with all the latest techniques used on the replicas.If you Haven’t already seen my other two guides on spotting fakes on V1’s and V2 Beluga’s check out the links. To put it shortly, the best and quickest way to spot fake Yeezys is to look for small details visible only to the wearer, where fake manufacturers will compromise on quality — detail such as: size tags, insole prints, the shape of the insole. NOTE: This is a general guide to spot fake Yeezy and mostly the "Yeezy Boost" model. Find out more here. Fake Yeezys could have any number of dots, but real Yeezys have exactly 9 in the... 3. The best indicator to spot fake Nike Air Yeezy 2 is to inspect the pattern of the sneakers on the sides. The corners of boxes on fake Yeezys compared to real Yeezys is a big giveaway. Some boxes can be really small, some can be really big.” Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2. The wear on the box is a one of the easiest to spot. This guide is for the black and red version that was released around Black Friday 2016. Whilst both real and fake Yeezy 350 v2s are both made in China, the way that the boxes are treated is very different. A huge tell-tale sign that your Yeezy's are fake is the side text. If you want to see the full individual guide on how to legit check these Yeezys, click here. The Yeezy Mafia is made up of 50 members based around the world which provide the latest updates and rumours on Yeezys. The stitching in the heel of a Yeezy sneaker has a design and pattern it follows. Last weekend, adidas and Kanye West finally released the "Pirate Black" Yeezy 350 Boost Low, selling out globally in a matter of minutes. On a fake pair of Yeezys, the stitching is a messy criss-cross. With so many fake Yeezys in the market right now, here's how to tell if your Adidas Yeezy Boost 700s are legit or not. Take a look at our guide on how to spot fake Yeezy’s.

Replica Box - Damaged corners. If you look at the size tag on the real, a much lighter font thickness has been used to show the size of the shoe. The ‘9’ is quite easy to read and is not as close to the ‘8½’ as the fake pair. Most of the time, the fake Air Yeezy 2’s have their pattern looking too sharp. Looking at the last line of text on the real vs fake Yeezy Desert Sage, you can easily notice how the fake sneakers have the same usual font-weight flaw. Look for messy stitching. It's the shoe everybody is talking about. Count the red dots on the heel tab. The 'SPLY-350’ should sit in a straight line, rather than curve around the side of the shoe as the red line indicates below.

The ‘Yeezy Boost’ on a real box has more of a charcoal ash gray look, and the fake box can be really dark. And they've become trained in how to spot fakes. The real ones have neat... 2. In fact, the fake Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Desert Sage’s size tag has the last line of text looking too thin compared to the text on the legit Desert Sage Yeezys…

Stitching in the Heel. Looking at the Stitching and Patterns 1. Fake YEEZYs are getting closer to real deal than ever before, but that doesn't mean there aren't a few telltale signs to look for. Undoubtedly some of the most popular shoes around, Kanye West’s Yeezy 350s are a holy grail for sneakerheads.However, more and more copies of the shoes are popping up, with the replicas being as good as the real deal.