Supreme’s Air Jordan 5 collection recently released and now the resellers are asking upwards of $650 for a pair.
Whether it’s the White, Black or ‘Desert Camo’ rendition, the kicks are selling for 3x the retail price and if you’re crazy enough to spend that sort of money you better make sure you’re buying the authentic thing.
Although the factories churning out fake Jordans have nearly perfected their craft, there are still some subtle differences between authentic and ‘unauthorized’ pairs which can save you from spending some serious coin on fugazzi Js.
Thanks to @Fake_Education, we know some of what to watch out for when buying the Supreme 5s on the secondary market.
Part 5 Real vs Unauthorized Jordan 5 Supreme Black UA via @official_trendslock Real via @damegeez215 The distance of the Supreme and air jordan tags have alot more seperation on the fakes. Also the cut of the tags is sloppy on the fakes and overall craftmanship is no where near as neat and clean as the real pair