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Real Vs. Fake - Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 (Beluga) by @Fake_Education

Real Vs. Fake - Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 (Beluga) by @Fake_Education

We're right in the middle of Yeezy season, and although there are other massive releases coming out now, these new Yeezys reign supreme in the resell world.

At the moment, you can still find a ton for sale on various sneaker platforms like Klekt and Grailed but as we all know, you have to be cautious when buying Yeezys. So to help you, we compiled these IG posts from @Fake_Education, a specialist at Stockx to give you a detailed description on how to spot a pair of fugazi Yeezy sneakers. So get your mind right and read the below attentively!

Real via @teamdelle UA via 😶 Clear difference in the stitching design of the medial side forefoot area on the fakes

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Real via @teamdelle UA via 😶 The shape of the back heel of the fakes does not have the same inward dip like real pairs do

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Real via @teamdelle UA via 😶 The stripe comes a lot closer to the toe cap on retail pairs

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Real via @teamdelle UA via 😶 Another look at the how much different the design pattern is on the fakes

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Real via @teamdelle UA via 😶 Notice how much different the interior looks of the upper on the fakes

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Real via @stockx The "350" on the box of the fakes is a very dark black, on retail pairs it almost like a faded chocolate color

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Real via @stockx Look closely and you will see how the pattern design is different on the fakes

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Real via @stockx The whole "SPLY-350" is bolder on retail pairs

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Real via @stockx Fake pairs have a bulkier build where as retail pairs have a very tight condensed heel area for a snug fit.

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Real via @stockx The laces are a darker grey that come with retail pairs

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Real via @stockx The sizing information on the underside of the insoles is the wrong style

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Real via @stockx A look at the difference of the interior of the primeknit design.

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Real via @stockx To the naked eye the design pattern looks the same, but if you examine both you will see multiple differences

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Real via @stockx A look at the difference of the design pattern of the upper towards the medial side of the ankle/heel area

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Real via @stockx A close look at the design pattern of the primeknit

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