In this post we’ll quickly learn how to spot and identify the Fake JJJJound New Balance 990v3 Olive.
This is a subtle difference but the space in the double stitching is is much closer on the fake pair and the threads are almost concealed on the authentic pair but revealed on the counterfeits.
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The yellow circle shows you that the widow peak lies below the “o” on the authentic pair but crosses over the “o” on the fakes. The perforations on the heel are much bigger on the fake pair, see yellow square. The heel overlay is cut higher on the real pair, see red line. The “new balance” text has a bolder foot on the authentic pair. The yellow arrow shows you how the edges are more rounded on the legit pair.
As you can clearly see, the “new balance” text has a much bolder font on the real pair. The leather material on the authentic pair has a rougher texture, see yellow rectangle.
The perforations are barely noticeable on the fake pair, see yellow circles.
The red arrow shows you that the midsole has a lighter shade on the authentic pair. You’ll also notice that the the fake pair’s midsole features several parallel lines on it. Once again, the leather overlay on the fakes a smoother texture.
Eyestay & New Balance Logo: Fake JJJJound New Balance 990v3
The eyestay has a rougher texture ( surface ) on the real pair. The New balance logo is much darker on the fake pair, see yellow circle.
Check out the shape of the tongue, it has a sharp V shape on the fake pair but a rounded shape on the real pair. The new balance logo on the outside of the tongue has a bigger font on the fake pair. And on the extension of the tongue, the strip has a darker shade on the fake pair, see yellow arrow.
The gap between the logo and the bottom of the edge of the outside of the tongue is wider on the fake pair. The shapes on the outside of the tongue have lines going through them on the authentic pair, see red arrow.
Fake JJJJound New Balance 990v3 Box
The legit pair has a wider box, see red gap. The NB logo on the fake pair’s box appears faded, see red circle. The red box shows you how the fake pair’s box has some vivid lines on it.
There you have it folks, hopefully you’ll be able to easily sniff out the Fake JJJJound New Balance 990v2 olive with these tips. This is probably the first batch of fakes that have been produced. I’m sure in a few weeks, they will be upgraded, I’ll monitor it closely and update the spot, so stay tuned.
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