Check the shoe’s heel strap and make sure it’s somewhere not too far away from the ANKLE COLLAR. Counterfeits barely pay attention to these tiny details, so if you find the heel strap a bit too further from the shoe’s ankle collar then it’s likely to be a fake one.
The Yeezy ‘’trefoil’’ logo should be sharply and correctly printed on both the outer and inner layer of the shoes. Also watch out for the size of the logo, it should be averagely small. Counterfeits are usually overly large.
Authentic Yeezy boosts come in light-brown, rectangular-shaped boxes, with a white paper stamped on their sides. This paper should contain relevant informations like, shoe size, serial number and so on. If the ones you are about to buy come in a dark or square shaped box, then it isn’t genuine.
Price tags matter a lot and it should hint you off on whether the Yeezy boost 350 you are about to buy is worth the price or not. If the price is too good to be true, then it’s probably because it’s a fake one.
Check the toe stitching on the middle sole of the shoe’s outer layer, they should be neatly done with even patterns. You should see a pattern that looks like an X and then a square, otherwise you are admonished not to purchase.
Inspect the colour of the written texts on the shoe’s insole, it should be black. Most counterfeits use white colours and thus sell themselves out.
Before paying your money to acquire the Yeezy boost 350, make sure you consider all the stated above tips to help you make the best decisions only.