by Brandon Richard
It's only July, but it's becoming increasingly clear that the "72-10" Air Jordan 11 is the year's most anticipated sneaker release.
Photos have been on the web since May, which has not only fueled the buzz, but given counterfeiters more time to get quality replicas into production. But before you splurge on a pair early, Trey Steiger has a few tips on how to differentiate an authentic pair from fakes.
The "72-10" Air Jordan 11 currently has a sneaker release date of Saturday, December 19 for $220.
Some flaws I've seen on several of the 72-10 out on the market now 1. Crown cap on back should be pointed 2. Ball must line up with the 2-3 3. Double stitched on toe cap 4. If your toe cap is really smooth they're really fake 5. Lace tips should say 72 and 10 respectively 6. And most importantly ,insole size should correspond to the size of the shoe . Color of the bottom of the insole doesn't matter , as long as it's a neutral form of black or grey. Watch out and be safe