To begin the Yeezy legal inspection process, please double-check the overall appearance of your shoes. Knitting patterns are worth verifying in any style or color scheme, because replica Yeezy shoes are prone to errors. In the example below, you may notice how the incorrect stitching pattern destroys the shape of the stripes in the middle of the replica Yeezy shoes.
Then, make sure to check the overall shape you are right. Even the most accurate copy can be wrong, because the adidas Yeezy 350 V2 has a specific curve behind it. This curve must extend from the midsole to the upper area of the heel piece. Speaking of Yeezy's re-engraved version, the heel often looks bumpy.
The next step in our Yeezy Boost 350 V2 certification process is to check the heel label area. First, make sure the label is placed correctly. One of the most common defects in replicas is that the heel label is too close to the lining.
Next, it is also worth checking the knitting pattern here. This is because different areas of Yeezys have different textures, creating a unique pattern throughout the pair. The re-engraved version of Yeezy Boost 350 V2 usually uses a loose knit design to make the pattern look very conspicuous. Take a look at the true and fake comparison of Yeezy 350 V2 below, you may notice the typical defects described above.
The earlier adidas Yeezy 350 V2 color scheme has middle stitches at the toe and heel. This gives us another point of reference when performing the Yeezy 350 certification process.
When checking the middle stitch pattern, make sure that the stitches look uneven. A typical defect found in the replica Yeezy shoes 350 is that the middle stitches almost dissolve in the heel. This usually happens when the thread used is too thin or the color is too light.
The heel area is also very suitable for closer inspection of the overall pattern. The fake example below shows how unobvious the pattern might appear in an unauthorized pairing. At the same time, the pattern of the real heel looks more obvious, which is achieved by using a deeper and thicker thread.
The next step in the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 verification process is to check the lining. The lining is an important aspect of this model and it is also a legal inspection guide because it is often used as a reference point.
First, verify the stitch pattern that outlines the cut; real sewing will be frequent, and there will be almost no space between them. The duplicate pair usually has some splicing inconsistencies. However, if you find some defects in the stitching pattern, please do not rush to conclusions, because some of them may be defects in the Adidas factory.
Second, verify the quality of the 3 stripes and the rubber details in the heel area. The authentic stripes are thick to the touch because they are not easy to wipe off. These details of the replica Yeezy shoes are usually of poor quality, making it look and feel thinner and cheaper.
Finally, check the overall color of the lining, as it can help you know how to identify a pair of replica Yeezy shoes 350 V2. You may notice in the comparison of the fake and genuine Yeezy Boost 350 V2 below that the imitation lining has a rather purple hue compared to the black used in real shoes.
Boost outsole details
Moving on, we have an outsole that must be verified. Although the producer of the replica Yeezy shoes 350 has almost perfected this detail over the years, the outsole may still be crucial in the certification process due to the "window" that displays Boost.
First, we must verify that Boost has the correct texture and correct surface treatment. The real material will be very bumpy and has a smooth finish. In a real pair, Boost's position will be quite large. When it comes to replicas, Boost is usually too flat and too small.
Then, it is worth checking the overall shape of this "window", even if it is mostly different in different pairs. The yeezy outsole often makes this window look too wide and bulky. On the contrary, in some other cases, the window may be too narrow.
Incorrect shapes can usually be observed with the naked eye, but you can also refer to the real and fake Yeezy Boost 350 V2 examples below to learn more about the real outsole.