Title: Real Vs Fake Yeezy Foam Runner
Blog Entry: Yeezy Foam Runner Certification: Overall Appearance Method The first thing we noticed about the replica Yeezy Foam Runners is how soft they are compared to the original, and they can maintain their shape even if they are not worn. Because the counterfeit brand uses this soft foam, the replica "collar" looks crooked and weird when it should replicate the original appearance. Another thing that must be pointed out is how the toes of the replica shoes are rounded when they should be sharper, as shown on the left. In general, this is super cheap for the appearance of counterfeit products, even far from the original design. Fake Yeezy Foam Runner: Heel Method This model has many details, and we are not even surprised that the counterfeit brand failed to copy it successfully. As you can see, the original shoe has a rounder heel, giving the illusion of a larger heel, while the counterfeit shoe has a smaller roundness, resulting in a smaller heel. The difference is also reflected in the way the holes are made of the replica shoes Yeezy Foam Runner, because these parts should be larger and rounder, with a narrower outline, as shown in the left picture. Finally, the collar-instead of letting it tilt on the side, they should make the counterfeit more centered. Toe box When analyzing the toe cap of the counterfeit model, you will notice how large it is compared to the original model; this will make it look unattractive. Not only is it larger than expected, but the tip needs to be sharper and closer to the bottom, just like the picture on the left. The hole should also say a few more words. The part of the replica shoes need to be placed more sideways to look sharper, rather than making it look like an unsuccessful version of Yin and Yang. Front method If we look at the model from the front, we will notice the severity of the failure of counterfeit brands in creating positive patterns. The original hole is narrower but longer and has a more defined shape, while the fake hole looks like it just imitates the outline of the real pattern. The holes on both sides of the shoe also need to be rounder and larger. Heel counter method Sometimes, counterfeit brands try to place logos where they do not belong, just to deceive customers into thinking they are selling genuine products. In this case, they tried to put the Adidas logo on the back of the shoe, and the original heel counter did not even have these logos. Assuming the logo is there, the copy model still cannot convince us of its authenticity, because the logo is asymmetrical, not what they should be. The genuine collar is taller but narrower, and the counterfeit model should replicate the expected appearance.