Welcome back to another edition of legit check, in this post, we’ll quickly learn how to spot and identify the Fake Nike SB Dunk Low Lobster Orange. This is a shoe that has a high resale value on the secondary market so you’ll do well to check out these quick tips to avoid being taken advantage of.
First, let’s go through our preliminaries
Smell the shoes ( only if you’ve already made the purchase)
One of the dead giveaway is the smell/odor of the glue uses to construct the replicas. If the glue smell is really strong to the point of irritating your nostrils, then you’ve probably being dealt a counterfeit
.Proof of Purchase
Ask for a proof of purchase. Receipt must include details such as provenance, time of purchase, date and any other relevant information. If a seller is reluctant to provide that, I will strongly urge to refrain from following through with the purchase.
Side: Fake SB Dunk Low Orange Lobster
Clearly, the swoosh logo is bigger on the fake pair than it is on the real one, see yellow square. Additionally the white lining around the swoosh logo is jagged and rough on the replica pair, see green arrows. And the heel liner is much thicker on the authentic pair, see yellow arrows.
On the first picture, we were looking at the lateral side, this time we’re comparing the medial sides. The Fake SB Lobster’s swoosh logo is once again much bigger, the yellow dash shows you hos it is almost adjacent to the eyestay on the replicas.
Ankle & Sockliner Patterns
The leaves highlighted by the yellow circles are clearly different between both pairs, ironically I like how they look on the fake pair.
Tongue Label: Back
There is a gap between the trademark text and the edge of the tongue liner on the fake pair, see yellow dashes. The trademark text is almost asjacent to the edge on the authentic pair.
Tongue Label: Front
The label is wider on the replica pair, see green arrow. And the label itself is of a darker shade of orange on the fake as well.
Rubber Band: Fake Nike Dunk SB Lobster Orange Low
The plastic band around the toe area is much wider on the authentic pair, it is pretty evident.
You can see how the top of the toe area is curvy on the real pair but flat on the fakes, see yellow line. The yellow circles show you how the eyestay extend further on the real Nike SB Dunk Low Orange Lobster pair.
The heel overlay is cut a little higher on the replica pair, see yellow line. The “Nike” text has bigger letters on the real pair, and the yellow rectangle shows you how much thinner the ankle liner is on the fakes.
Outsole: Real Vs Fake Nike SB Orange Lobster
The orange color isn’t the same between both pairs, the fake pair’s outsole appears to be of a darker shade of orange.
Not only are the laces arranged differently, but the authentic pair comes with a teal blue lace while the fake pair is ocean blue. And the orange lace is of a darker shade of orange on the real pair.
The laces are connected by the white laces on the authentic pair but on the fakes, they are tied by a tiny plastic wire.
Not only does the fake pair come in a completely different box ( Nike changed it at the last minute), but the font of the letters on the fake pair’s label is bolder.
There you have it folks, hopefully you’ll be able to spot any fake Nike SB Dunk Low Orange Lobster with these tips. I leaned on RealorFakeofficial’ video for this post.
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