I receive on a regular basis a substantial amount of messages via YouTube , Facebook, Twitter and my private email from folks wanting me to authenticate or legit check their sneakers. While I don’t mind helping in this area, the task is time consuming and demand an attention to details.
The Housakicks authentication service has been created for the purpose of making sure that your sneakers are legitimate. Taking advantage of this service will require a monthly subscription of $6.99 that gives you access to up to 3 authentication requests as well as our legit check list that has over 60 comparisons of the latest sneakers in the market.
To require an authentication
1. You must be subscribed
2. Send us an email via firstname.lastname@example.org with the following pictures
Heel panel ( mandatory)
Both side panels ( mandatory)
Outside of the tongue ( mandatory)
Inside of the tongue
Inside label ( mandatory)
Box label if available ( mandatory)
Outsole ( mandatory)
If you can not get all the pictures above, be sure to include the mandatory pictures
We’ll get back to you within a 1h to 48 hour window depending on how swamped we are with the requests. All the requests are answered on a first come first served basis.
Why use the Housakicks authentication service?
I’ve done a lot of comparisons between fake and authentic sneakers over the last couple of years, and I’m always aware of newer bootlegs that are thrown in the market. I update my posts periodically because fakes/replicas are getting upgraded as I type this. The replica industry has been using our comparisons to perfect their items, basically they look at the flaws we point out and fix them. So it’s an ongoing problem and I do my best to keep up with the changes that have occurred.
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