Is that a question or a statement?
Well, I don’t really know, actually…
Today, as I was surfing around the net looking up some Nike Air Jordans that I had procured in a buy earlier last week, I stumbled across this photo:
Supposedly it details the difference between a real Nike Air Jordan Retro 3, and a fake Nike Air Jordan Retro 3.
At first, I didn’t really see the difference… until I got to the “cement” fabric around the heel. Then it was pretty noticeable. Not in quality, though… mostly just in pattern. So it seems anyway.
But other than that, the fakes look pretty damn spot on with the real Jordans! It probably has something to do with both of the shoes being manufactured in the same factory (hearsay), but I mean damn! How are we, as resellers, supposed to be able to represent a product that is THAT hard to authenticate?
I may just stay out of the Nike Air Jordan market altogether.