This post is meant to warn you against the Fake Travis Scott X Air Jordan 1 Low. Replica shoes are becoming/ have become so close to their authentic counterparts that is hard to point out the flaws on them without really having both the real and the fake on hands. But the advent of the QR code on the inside label of several nike shoes have been a tremendous help. I’ve written about it a couple of months ago, see link below
Since I can’t really show you any cosmetic flaws on the Fake Travis Scott Jordan 1 Low, I’m only going to show you a few images of what the shoe looks like and tell you the only thing you can do at the moment to avoid it.
You can clearly see that I put a red square around the green tag hanging on the side of the shoe. Usually, bootleggers use the stockX authentication tag so be sure to watch out for that. A lot of sellers that carry fake will usually give you some fairy tales about how they got their hands on a limited shoe so early i.e.” I have a connect in the factory”, ” my supplier is legit but I can’y tell you where he got them from” etc…
The only thing to focus on here is the writing on the tongue- tab, it is a bit crammed and crooked. I will show you an example of what the writing on the tab should look like, see picture below
You can clearly see the contrast between both.
You’ll notice that I put some yellow rectangles around the nike and travis scott logos on the insoles. It’s to indicate that as soon as the wearer steps into the shoe, they will come off because they are made with a cheap ink that is not indelible ( see the pictures below as an example)
This is probably the only element of this shoe that can actually help in identifying whether the sneaker is legitimate or not. You can probably use a tool on the internet to scan that “QR code” and if takes you to the SNKRS APP or Nike.com, then chances are the shoes are legitimate. If takes you to any other website beside Nike then you know you are being sold a counterfeit.
There is not much I can tell you here since I don’t have a picture of the authentic pair box’s label.
There you have it, I’ll be sure to update the post as soon as I get access to pictures of the authentic pair.