Legit check on 2018 black cement 3s

Discussion in 'Price/Fake Checks' started by j3tsfool, Jul 18, 2019.

  1. j3tsfool

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    Seller says they were bought from Nike.com. that loose thread by the eye stays on the one shoe has me suspect. Also doesn't look as perforated as other pairs I've seen online but maybe that's because of the size? Thanks for the help in advance.
     
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    A loose thread is nothing to be concerned about. Im not an expert on this particular release but I am noticing a red flag or 2...Are you and the seller in the US?
    What's concerning me is this is obviously an overseas pair. The sticker on the insole and no MSRP on box confirms this. I've personally never bought anything from NIKE.com and they send overseas stock. I'm not saying it doesn't happen, I've just never experienced it and think it's highly unlikely. I guess what I'm saying is if his story about how they were acquired is BS, it would make me second guess the pair/ deal in general.

    How much did you pay for them?
     
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    Thanks for the input. haven't bought them yet but he wants $375cad for them. We're both in Canada. I did notice the foreign size tag but wasn't sure if it was an issue. It would make sense that Nike.com wouldn't send stock meant for the euro market though. Do the shoes look legit at least?