How To Tell If Your Yeezy Boost 700 Wave Runners Are Fake
The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 was released on March 10th on adidas.com/YEEZY and on YEEZY SUPPLY in the U.S. only. If you copped a pair or planning to buy one. Use this Yeezy guide to tell if your Yeezy Boost 700 Wave runners might be fake. Don't get got or caught out here slipping with replicas.
Toe Box Suede Quality
The suede toe box on the real Yeezy 700 wave runners is a little rougher, displaying some grain. Compared to the fake pair which is incredibly smooth and looks really cheap.
Like the toe box the leather on the real Wave Runners is not completely smooth and has some tumble to it indicating better quality. The stitching on the real Yeezy 700s are darker and more embedded.
Like Jordan and other sneakers, Yeezy Boost 700 Wave Runners have 3m reflected material on certain parts of the site. You can see these by using a flash from your phone to see them. On a real par the 2 circular shapes in the black material are larger than on the fakes and also appear closer together.
Check The Mesh Pattern
The Yeezy Boost 700’s have a uniquely and intricate design upper. The real pay should be darker and closely space giving it a very tight look. The fake 700 will have a looser pattern than is a bit lighter in color.
The shape of the fakes tend be taller and blockier. The wave runners are already a bulky shoe but the fake 700s tend to look bulkier.
The heel comes down to the leather quality and look at the mesh areas around the heel.
The Yeezy Box
Most fakes have a different and often low quality box and more than often in terrible condition. The Yeezy 700 box can be far t0o small or missing key stickers along the front face.
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