After a 16-year hiatus, the "UNC" Air Jordan 11 Low made its long-awaited return to retail last week. Unfortunately, as is the case with any Jordan 11, counterfeit sneaker manufacturers are also attempting to cash in on the excitement. Fake Jordans get better by the year, making it increasingly difficult to distinguish knockoffs from authentic pairs. However, there are a few telltale signs, and Fake Education broke a few down on Instagram this weekend.