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would like opinions on these seven flynt authenticity

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Hi all,
I'm wondering about these flynts-

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...sPageName=WDVW

I think they look authentic, I've tried searching the cut number and they're the only ones listed on ebay and the tags appear ok. The only thing that worries me a bit is that the seller has sold some suspicious havanas and nyd bootcut jeans (cut numbers are on no fake jeans site) in the past.

However, the seller also has listed sevens marked damaged but they seem to be the only ones on ebay with their respective cut numbers and the seller only lists one of each of these styles. So I thought perhaps the single damaged ones are authentic, while the multiple 'undamaged' listings are fake. Is this plausible? I would appreciate any second opinions on the jeans in question! Thank you very much for helping me out!
post #2 of 2
Hi!

I think these Flynts are authentic. This seller has sold many authentic Sevens in the past, but unfortunately she bought some fake Havanas and Glacier A Pockets from a (former) reputable store. This is why she believed them to be authentic, but they were not. I don't know why she wasn't able to tell the difference between those and the authentic ones she has sold, but I'm sure these are OK.

Greets, Bianca
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