Are you wondering if my new Ultra Boost sneaker model “bought” is fake or genuine? And when you have just bought from a shop or a reputable seller, but still a little skeptical, you should take a few minutes below to check how it works.
Referring to today’s top-of-the-line sports shoes, people often think of Ultra Boost – a high-end brand with exclusive technology from the Big Adidas.
With these great advantages, Adidas Ultra Boost puts its name on the list of “best-selling” sneaker models today. So, it is inevitable that this super product is counterfeited and counterfeited. And this is also an opportunity for those who do not have enough economy to “buy” for themselves to have that desire.
Check shoes through shoe stamps
Size & Printability
Labeling is one of the most recognizable factors when checking fake and real Ultra Boost shoes. Inside:
- Ultra Boost Fake: Although quite similar to genuine, but bold text, not as clear as real.
- Ultra Boost Real: The stamp is clearly printed, the text is easy to read, the height of the font size is appropriate.
The word “IN” in the origin
Besides the overview, the comparison of small details will help you more firmly distinguish Ultra Boost real shoes and fake shoes.
However, this identification is only suitable for those who have experience in buying genuine shoes. Or there are two products to compare. For those who are buying shoes for the first time, it is definitely indistinguishable.
The word “PR” in the size table
In the letter FR in genuine shoes, you will see, after the letter R there is a slightly curved bottom hook. Right at the starting point, there is a rounded curvature. The lower hook part does not exceed the curved part.
In contrast, in the fake line, the letter R has a straight line. In (3rd illustration), the manufacturer is quite delicate when the letter R has a slight hook point – almost like the genuine product. But there is a lack of rounded, slightly curved points at the starting point.