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21-04-15, 02:45 PM #1
sjriri Junior Member **
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I've bought these pair for about £65 which is right pricing. the most common ways of identification like tongue serial number, the box, the heel, the mirror logo inside the shoes, etc. all seem to point to this being genuine.
However, the stitching concerns me.

As you'll see, the stitching on the heel back is misaligned with the fabric, the stitching on the both sides of one shoe is also slightly wonky. I know sometimes stitching is imperfect so I am not sure if this fake or genuine, so thought I would ask.
https://imgur.com/a/tNDfB/

21-04-15, 04:06 PM #2
mr.pure Cold Blooded Murderator. *******
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Oh no.
You're absolutely right.
The machines the fake makers are using occasionally produce the wrong length stitch.
Or maybe the staff haven't been whipped and programmed enough so they occasionally don't push the material through the sewing machine at the correct speed.
Wow.
Thanks for spotting this for us.
Luckily adidas factories are staffed by robots and the only perfect machines on the planet that never miss or misplace a stitch in over 10 million years of stitching...........



21-04-15, 04:48 PM #3
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Those adidas robots are impressive machines.

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