I seriously think bootleggers are dumber than nails; why in the world would you come out with a pair of Air Jordan 11 concord #45 and slap it with the StockX authentication card? StockX doesn’t even have the shoe on its platform yet, well I guess that’s the easiest way to bust these fakes. A week ago I saw folks sharing early pics of the shoes and I knew right then they were tainted. I’ve written about the StockX’s authentication tag problem several weeks ago, see link below
I’ve also written a post last year stressing out the fact that people don’t care anymore about fakes, see link below; and frankly at this point, I could care less if the brands themselves don’t do anything about improving their products. It is to the point where it takes a Sherlock Holmes effort to identify a replica from a real, hence people just don’t care anymore. Nonetheless I’ll continue to show you what the fakes are like so you don’t get fooled.
If you see anyone selling a pair of concord right now that fits the characteristics of the pair in the pics below then stay away from it.
- Air Jordan 1 High BlackMetallic Gold 555088-032, How Many Pairs Possibly Made & Resell - November 25, 2020
- Air Jordan 4 Fire Red DC7770-160 How Many Pairs Possibly Made & Resell - November 24, 2020
- Truth For Life E5: Skewed Righteousness And The Rise Of False Heroes - November 22, 2020