In what could be considered one of the most elaborate and convincing fake sneakers to date, a high-quality replica of the rare Supreme x Nike SB Dunk High “Brazil” has surfaced on social media. With counterfeit sneakers becoming increasingly more sophisticated each year, it’s important for sneakerheads to be able to identify fake sneakers before they purchase them. So, without further ado, here are quick ways to spot the Fake Supreme Nike SB Dunk High Brazil By Any Means.
The swoosh logo is deformed and too big, zero in on red circle.
Shape & Paint
The shoe is too bulky and the heel counter is too straight and shapeless. The red arrow pointing down shows you how the paint job is poorly done ( the edges are uneven and some of the white paint is bleeding on the outsole).
The “by Any Means” text is very sloppy on the fake pair ( zero in on the red circle). The “supreme team” text is also very wavy and of bolder font on the fake pair, see red square.
The “SUP” text is enclosed in a larger tab on the fake pair. Moreover the outline has a thicker yellow font on the fake pair ( see red arrows).
The beads on the hangtag don’t have the same ending and the tag itself is of poor quality on the fakes, see red circles.
The “E” is barely legible on the fake pair’s insole and the “eme” text occupies about 2/3 of the spacing on the fakes but the entire space on the authentic pair. Moreover, the “nike sb” wording is made of a cheap ink on the fakes ( that will likely peel off as soon as the wearer steps foot in the shoe).
The box is made with cheap cardboard , you can see the multiple lines on it, they are a huge indicator of the inferior carboard used.
There you have it folks, I hope you will be able to spot the Fake Supreme Nike SB Dunk High Brazil By Any Means. I’ll update the post as soon as I come up with more flaws. In the meantime, do not buy this shoe from anyone unless all things above that I mentioned are cleared.
I’ve also added a quick video in which I teach you how to authenticate your own sneakers, see video below
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