The "Shattered Backboard" Air Jordan 1 is already one of the biggest sneaker releases of 2015. Following this past weekend's instant sellout, pairs are fetching between $450-$500 on the market, a steep markup from the $160 box price.
But because of the large demand, counterfeit manufacturers have been hard at work pumping fake pairs into the market — and they're pretty good. However, they're not without tell-tale signs, and @Fake_Education broke them down on Instagram earlier today.
See the differences between an authentic pair purchased from a store and an unauthorized pair below.
Beware of the fakes that is out here. Thank You! Fake Education for the deep analysis.
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Source: sole collector