#Adidas #adidastee #adidasjersey
1) Logo – There is two official Adidas logo:
The three stripes on trefoil
The three bars in descending order
You will always find the fake products embezzling with the logo, for instance, definable stripes on trefoil or three bars in ascending order instead of descending.
2) Spelling – The Adidas spelling is intentionally written wrongly like adidos, or abibas to astray buyers.
3) Serial number – Real Adidas shoes have different serial numbers on the right and left shoe, fake doesn’t.
4) Finishing – The fake products have low-quality finishing like shoddy stitching, an uneven pattern which you won’t find in original Adidas one.
5) Ridiculously cheap – Original Adidas products never come at the cheap price, and if you are getting one then there are more chances that the product is fake.
I always prefer online shopping for brands as they sell original products, have flexible payment option and refundable policy.
Many online stores offer best deals on Adidas brands.
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While you can choose to purchase them online or offline, mentally tick off ALL points on the following list. Not to skip even one, you may as well save the link or take a photo/printscreen of the page.
“Made in” label
For the purpose of cost saving, the production of most originally German Adidas shoes are outsourced. In 2012, official Adidas reported to operating over 1,000 overseas factories with vast majority of them located in Turkey, India, China, Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia. So, don’t be caught off guard when the label indicates a location different from China.
Inspect the jersey material. Authentic material feels durable and appropriate for the sport for which it’s meant to be worn. Counterfeit items use cheap polyester on the majority, or entirety, of the jersey. The material may also be a polyester mesh, common in football and basketball jerseys, but one that lacks durability and quality.
Inspect the jersey’s stitching. Authentic Adidas jerseys have meticulous stitch work that is strong, with even spacing between stitches. Logos and team emblems will not have any frayed thread. Badges are sewn down, not heat pressed, and the stitching is visible on the inside of the jersey.
Inspect the serial tag. All Adidas jerseys have a serial code on a tag on the inside of the garment. The tag and serial code is unique to each individual jersey.
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