AF1 Lace Tags - 1 Pair (Multiple Colours)
About this deal
The rear side of the Nike AF1 sneakers is the most flawed of the whole sneakers in almost every case of fake AF1 pairs Because different sports demand different ankle supports, we make our Nike Air Force 1 trainers in a choice of upper heights. If your play requires a lot of pivots, turns and sudden stops, AF1s in a high-top style provide exceptional cushioning and protection, letting your foot and ankle move as a single unit. All about that free-and-easy wear? Our low-top Nike Air Force 1s have you covered, or you can take the middle road with mid-height Air Force 1s.
Size tag: Make sure that the text on the size tag isn’t too thin, as fake Air Force 1s will have a thinner and lighter font. You can know if your Air Force 1 is original by looking at the size tag’s text (the label inside the shoes). The second best way to spot fake Air Force 1 is to inspect the stitching and the “Nike AIR” text on the rear side of the sneakers
What are Nike Air Force 1s?
Side holes: Fake Air Force 1s will have their side holes placed too close to the Midsole, which is far too low.
The label is usually the most obvious sign of any counterfeit product if you know what to look for. For example, authentic Nike Air Force 1s have the inside label stitched to the side of the inside of the shoe—not the tongue. Box label: A pair of fake Air Force 1s will have a box with a different coloured label than an authentic pair, which is usually light grey. The text can also be thinner than usual on a fake box label.
Expert Air Force 1 authentication service
Nike Air Force 1s are an iconic pair of sneakers created by Nike in 1982. They were the first Nike Basketball shoe to use the ‘Nike Air’ technology and preceded the ever-popular Nike AirMaxes. Original Nike Air Force 1's feature a shoe-specific insole with the Nike Air Force 1 logo—not the generic Nike swoosh logo. Outsole: Look for the "R" Spotting a fake Nike product is essential when buying online or in person, but recognizing scam listings is equally critical. Scam listings will often use authentic images of Air Force 1 Nikes—however, that's not the exact shoe you'll be receiving.