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What are some tips for spotting fake R&Rs?

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
I have two pair. One, I'm pretty sure is real. The other, I'm waiting to hear back from you guys. They are pretty much identical except the stitching in the Rs is funny looking. The shape of the R is spot on, but the coloring is too bright or something.
post #2 of 5
I always check the pocket first. Then I go for the interior stitching/tags.
post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
What do you check for???
post #4 of 5
Shape pf the R.
Old R
REAL




FAKE


REAL INTERIOR STITCHING


FAKE
post #5 of 5
There's an entire list of ways to identify fakes. Some are easier to spot if you're a novice and others take experience with the brand to be able to identify. Here's a short list of some of the ways people check jeans:

1. Pocket stitching (are the pockets stitched correctly, shape, size, location, etc)
2. Wash quality (does the wash look like a real wash or is it plain, streaky, generic, etc)
3. Stitching (is the stitching inside of the jeans tight and even? This varies with discount
pairs however)
4. Tags (is the font correct? Does the wash code actually exist and match the wash?
are there misspellings?)
5. Denim quality (is the denim cheap looking/feeling)
6. Existence (does the style even exist? Some fakes aren't even imitating actual jeans)

Those are just some of the ways that people use but a lot of it comes with just being used to seeing a lot of real pairs.
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