Having doubts about the authenticity of a pair of Jordan 1 Banned 2016 and need a legit check? Follow this resourceful guide full of photos, videos, and notable differences that will help you determine whether a pair is 100% authentic or fake.
Jordan 1 Bred Banned 2016:
(Photo of a 100% Authentic Pair of Jordan 1 Bred 2016)
- Laces should be tightly wrapped in the bag not hanging loosely. There should be 4 small lines on the bag. The bag should be on the left shoe. Here are the lacebags on a real pair.
- Authentics come laced on the bottom only not laced up in multiple eyelets. This applies for DS pairs only
- There should NOT be any widow peaks on the toe box or the back heel tab of shoe. Here is a photo of the toe box and a back heel tab on an authentic pair.
- Insoles are glued down a little on the real and not glued down at all on the fake. Insoles will have vertical glue marks
- Holes on the toe box are bigger on the real
- Check the stitching placement on the tongue. Here is a photo of the tongue on a real pair
- Here is a photo of the box label with style code and retail price (The sticker up top is a Footlocker sticker and is not on every box).
- Here is a photo of the size tag on an authentic pair (production dates can vary between pairs)
- Here is a photo of the insole on an authentic pair
- Here is a photo of the Nike stitching and Air Jordan Wings Logo
- Here is a picture of the bottom of the sneakers
- Check out this comparison video made by Scoop208