The Chilean National Customs Office seized more than 16,000 shoes.
This didn’t happen in the US. It occurred in Chile, but it reminds me of the Supplied PDX situation and countless other stories of fakes. The lines are being blurred so much that you can’t tell what’s real or fake anymore. Often something that seems like a knock off will eventually become a limited release. It’s hazy.
This Jordan 11 pictured I haven’t seen before, but I know for a fact if it dropped it would be one of the hottest shoes and it would earn the name Vanilla 11 or something like that. As brands fight to maintain trademark integrity China consistently improves its ability to create these shoes and get them into the market. Buyers have to be vigilant and buyers have to do their research to prevent getting burned. Click through and read more on the Source Link.