There is no doubt that the Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost has been one of the most popular sneakers in 2015 so far. When the Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost “Turtle Dove” released, demand was enormous, which helped to send resell prices up. Buyers are willing to pay a lot of money for these sneakers and this has been driving the resale value up. The same thing is guaranteed to happen when Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost “Pirate Black” is released on Saturday, August 22.
So, if you are considering buying a pair of Yeezy 350 Boost from a reseller, make sure to check on whether it is the real thing or a fake copy made in china. We see, unfortunately, more and more Yeezy Boost 350 copies in circulation – some better made than others. At present, it is mainly copies of “Turtle Dove” series which are popular. But it is only a matter of time before we start seeing multiple copies of the new “Pirate Black” edition as well.
We have provided a summary of a few tips that can help you along the way if you are considering buying a pair of Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost from a reseller. Hopefully, you do not lose your hard-earned dollars to a fake Yeezy 350 Boost
Check the pattern
One of the biggest hints about a fake Yeezy 350 Boost is the way the pattern is constructed. The pattern of the original have more structure than in the fake pair of sneakers. On the counterfeit, the pattern is often designed as horizontal stripes.
Check the stitching
Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost has a strong through-stitching that goes down over the top part of sneaker. In the real sneaker is sewing made systematic, so dan merges into one another and develop a “DNA” sole. On the fake pair of sneakers resemble stitching something that is made on a sewing machine. It is not to be mistaken.
Remove the insole and check the bottom of the insole
The original Yeezy 350 Boost comes with an insole where the bottom is black. Many of the fake has a white or grayish bottom under the insole. When you remove the insole on the original, you will see a black stripe covering the seams. In the fake sneakers seams are fully exposed.
Check logo and YZY on the side of the shoe
Here, there is no doubt. The original Yeezy 350 has a fine “YZY” mark on the side, whereas the false often have an oversized logo on the side, which seems too large for the shoe. The same is true of the familiar Adidas logo. On the fake, the both logos are unnaturally large.