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post #2426 of 2622

FAKE

post #2427 of 2622

lol

post #2428 of 2622

How about these?  They may be a bit more blue than they appear, still have tags on them saying 2010.

 

 

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post #2429 of 2622

Very fake!

post #2430 of 2622

Please help me verify if this is real or fake. It looks so real to me. Thank you in advance. Btw anyone know which year model this one is? and how much does it cost?

 

 

 

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post #2431 of 2622

Please help me to verify if this is real or fake. It looks super real to me. And also if anyone knows which year model this jean is and how much does it run out there?

 

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post #2432 of 2622

Can someone please let me know if these are real.  I want to check before I pay for them.

 

Thanks

 

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post #2433 of 2622

Fake!

post #2434 of 2622
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Originally Posted by ninhle2407 View Post

Please help me to verify if this is real or fake. It looks super real to me. And also if anyone knows which year model this jean is and how much does it run out there?

 

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post #2435 of 2622
These are real. Sorry I didn't see your earlier post. For some reason I didn't get them origninal posts email notification.
post #2436 of 2622
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Originally Posted by itsinmyjeans View Post

These are real. Sorry I didn't see your earlier post. For some reason I didn't get them origninal posts email notification.


 

Thank you for letting me know that. Somehow when I look at the pocket, the hook is not really right in the center (middle) of the pocket. It is more to the right than the left side.  Is it supposed to be like that? Picture attached right below. Thank you.

 

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post #2437 of 2622

THat pair is "Giant" big T. The GIANT part of the big T stitching causes things to be shaped a bit more oddly than normal. You will also notice that the double stitching is closer together than normal pairs. This causes the pocket flaps to appear to have more space than normal.

 

There are many people who confuse this style for fakes, including one woman (michelle -- who paraded herself as a TR expert) that embarrassed herself at denimdna.com by insisting they were fake numerous times(proving she doesnt know much about TR) after I told her numerous times they were real. Then she had the nerve to tell me to go to another site to get them authenticated because she just didnt believe me. I did and the people she said to go to said they were real as well. Then her only reply was, "they're still ugly". 

post #2438 of 2622

thank you very much for your time. I feel much more comfortable to purchase this jean then,

post #2439 of 2622

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post #2440 of 2622

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post #2441 of 2622

Real

post #2442 of 2622

I wonder why I never got the email about this in my inbox? Thats weird

post #2443 of 2622
post #2444 of 2622

Those are probably the most disgusting fakes I have ever seen. If you won this auction do no pay and if you have then demand an immediate refund. Let me know if you need to know what to do but your first step is to contact the seller and tell them you won't be purchasing because the item is fake.

post #2445 of 2622

Hi again, I have 3 items to identify as fake or real today. 1st is a TR jacket which I hope is real, it says "assembled in Mexico of US components" on the label, the retaininng studs are all marked TRBJ, which could stand for Billy Joe except its a Jimmy !

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post #2446 of 2622

Next are a pair of jeans which I think are authentic as I had them shipped from USA. Inner studs are all marked with horshoes.

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post #2447 of 2622

Last one !! On very close inspection I now feel these are fake. The inner studs have no markings and the quality does not feel so good.

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post #2448 of 2622

Ok lets start with this jacket. The jacket is real despite the sloppy stitching on the lower back waist patch. Thats what they get for making it in Mexico I guess. Lower quality control at the facilities. Anyways the TRBJ means "True Religion Brand Jeans"
 

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Originally Posted by toulouz View Post

Hi again, I have 3 items to identify as fake or real today. 1st is a TR jacket which I hope is real, it says "assembled in Mexico of US components" on the label, the retaininng studs are all marked TRBJ, which could stand for Billy Joe except its a Jimmy !

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Ok this pair of jeans is 100% FAKE. Being shipped from the USA and having horseshoes on rivets doesnt mean its authentic. The pocket flaps are shaped wrong and the horseshoes look like they have wings on them. They are shaped funny.

 



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Originally Posted by toulouz View Post

Next are a pair of jeans which I think are authentic as I had them shipped from USA. Inner studs are all marked with horshoes.

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This last pair is also FAKE. Everything is wrong about these

 



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Originally Posted by toulouz View Post

Last one !! On very close inspection I now feel these are fake. The inner studs have no markings and the quality does not feel so good.

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post #2449 of 2622

Cheers Jeanetic, advice well received thank you. Surprised you thought my 2nd TR post was fake. they hang well so I will continue wearing them .. suppose you get good fakes and bad fakes !! Wtf do you do with deffo fakes? .. spose put em in the charity bag n get em carted away? But you can't win em all when you buy used items ! good luck mate n thanks all your hard work addressing posts .. will have some more soon. Is there anything on EVISU? Or is so faked out too much to cater for?

post #2450 of 2622

Hi, well I def wouldn't consider them good fakes. They are pretty obvious to anyone who knows the brand. The whiskers are symmetrical which is a big red flag. Also, the stitching is sloppy on the back waist patch. The horseshoes are oddly shaped and the arms have no curve. They also are not deep enough and the pocket flaps are not curved enough. the twist in the leg is at the wrong spot and the outseam is not sledged(flat). 

Also on yset other jean posting the tag says Joey but the style would be more like billy and there is not a twisted seam. 

 

To your other remarks, I think charity is a good idea for them. It can be safe to buy on eBay. Don't be discouraged because you purchased fakes. When you see a listing you like just private message the link or post it here or just post the pics from the auction. True Religion is widely faked but there are plenty of great deals to be had out there!

If I were you I'd get rid of both fakes. You don't want to be that guy you know? Counterfeit items are illegal so someone might get the wrong idea about you. Also, I don't know anything about Evisu except that I see it alot in TJ Maxx. I'm not really a fan. Someone else on here may know more

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