How to Tell The Difference Between Real And Fake Yeezys
Difference Between Real And Fake Yeezys
Are you looking to score some cheap yeezys but aren’t sure if they’re real or replicas? Well I’m here to help turn you into a true sneakerhead who can legit check his/her own shoes. I would like to clarify that I think buying replicas is fine if that’s what you want to do, but even then you should be trying to buy replicas that look as real as possible. Alternatively, you might find the yeezys you’ve been searching for but they seem just a bit too good to be true, and you’re mission to find cheap yeezys turns into a mission of off loading your expensive fake yeezys.
The first thing to look for when trying to differentiate the difference between real and fake yeezys is the smell of the shoe. Typically the fakes will have a really strong chemical smell. This is often due to the fact that they use a different type of glue that is cheaper but as a result has a much harsher smell.
Another big indicator is the toe box. You will often find that replica or fake yeezys have a much higher toe box than their real counterpart. Also if you run your finger along the toe box and it feels like the toe box is extremely raised up then that’s also a good indication that they are fake.
Also keep note of the midsole, more specifically, look for how clean the midsole looks. Obviously if you’re buying a pair that’s been worn then this might not be the best indicator, but if they’re meant to be a new pair then a murky or dirty pair is a pretty good indication that they’re not authentic.
Using this knowledge you should be able to go out into the real world and hustle your way into buying some cheap yeezys. The main thing to keep in mind is if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is. If someone is selling new waverunners for $100 and claiming they’re real then it’s time for you to pull a runner.