With countless Jordan 4 collaborations out there and more and more fake 4's dropping every day, it's becoming complicated to identify the legitimate from the counterfeit. With this in mind, we have built the ultimate guide so you can understand how to tell if Jordan 4's are fake.
The Nike Air Jordan 1 is arguably one of the greatest sneakers of all time, but in light of this, it's one of the most heavily counterfeit sneakers of all time too.As Jordan 1's increase in popularity, more and more collaborations form.
You can go from J-Balvin's collaboration on the Jordan 1 to Travis Scott's long catalog of sneakers with the Air Jordan brand.
Each of these collaborations will bring their tells.
Our aim here is to give you a detailed guide so you can tell if your Jordan 1's are fake.
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