How to Spot Fake Nike Air Max 90's

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Follow this goVerify guide and don't get caught out by fakes!















Step 1: Box Label
Nike retail boxes feature a label on one side detailing style name, size, colour, country of manufacture and a style number. The style number is usually 9 digits long, check that it matches the style number located on the label located inside the shoe.
















Step 2: Inside Label
Inside label details vary depending on year, country of manufacture and style. Check the style number, usually 9 digits, matches that found on the box. Check that the tail of the Q in FABRIQUE starts inside the circle. Check for any spelling errors and that the stitching is straight and neat.















 
The trademarked Nike swoosh is both carefully and immaculately stitched onto most pairs of Nike Air 90 shoes. When inspecting the photo, ensure it is not glued on or stitched to a poor standard.
A Nike Air logo normally features on the insole. The logo may have worn away on some used shoes. Some limited edition styles may feature a different logo.
The distinctive Air Max logo on the side of the shoe should be clear and sharp with neat stitching all around.
The sole of Nike Air Max 90's are made from rubber that is flexible and should not appear plastic. The seller should demonstarte this to you by flexing the soles.
Nike Air Max 90's have a distinctve sole pattern, always make sure they are high quality and not worn out if the shoes are new. 
"Nike Air Max 90's will have the Archsupport technology. Make sure the photo provided shows the Archsupport air cushion and that the air ""bubble"" is clear and of high quality."

Step 3: Nike Swoosh
The trademarked Nike swoosh is both carefully and immaculately stitched onto most pairs of Nike Air 90 shoes. When inspecting the photo, ensure it is not glued on or stitched to a poor standard.















 

 

Step 4: Flexible Sole

The sole of Nike Air Max 90's are made from rubber that is flexible and should not appear plastic. The seller should demonstrate this to you by flexing the soles.














 



Step 5: Get the full 31 point step-by-step guide from goVerify
The goal of the goVerify guides are to help online shoppers not get caught out by fakes as well as to show sellers how to take good photographs that will help them sell more on eBay. Visit the goverify it website to find out more information. Good luck.

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