This guide shows how to tell between fake and real Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter size tag. Note that this is one LC guide that’s part of a checklist — see the full list of fake vs real Yeezy guides in the Legit Check App.
The size tag on the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Blue Tint is a very reliable tell in discerning the authenticity of the pair. Size tags never lie when it comes to fake Yeezy Butter.
The reason for which we’ll always have differences between authentic and fake Yeezy Boost 350 V2 pairs is simple: replica manufacturers always go for lower-quality factory equipment.
They will never match the authentic Adidas factories equipment. Where does that lead us? Fake vs real Yeezy Boost 350 V2 comparisons will always be achievable thanks to that.
We’ll break down the fake vs real Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter size tag comparison with the following map:
1 – There’s too much spacing between the US UK FR JP CHN row and the two lines
2 – Both APE and CLU inscriptions are correct, though I’ve only seen fakes with CLU so far. So if your pair comes with the APE text, it’s a good sign for a real pair.
3 – Check if this dot is exactly there
4, 5, 6 and 7 – These display the poor printing on the fakes.
Note: Some pairs don’t have the MALE/MÂLE text. That is fine, keep looking for low-quality text print.
Make sure you also pay attention to the following: the ® should never be touching the “adidas” text – this is happening only on the fake Yeezy Butter pairs, due to poor craftsmanship
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