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Womens True Religion Jeans Are Those Fake True Religion Jeans?


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Women's True Religion jeans are a hot item in the women's designer clothing market right now. Unfortunately, when shopping for women's True Religion jeans you must be aware that there are faux, phony, and fakes out there creeping their way into the marketplace and into innocent consumers’ closets! Not only are impostor denim jeans made of sub-par material in a sub-par production process, they can also indicate that a person wearing them has no true “sense" of fashion. Read on for some hints on identifying fake True Religion jeans.

True Religion jeans have uniquely shaped pocket flaps on both back pockets and the front coin pocket. Their uniqueness comes in the shape of a well-defined downward point in the very center of the flap with well-defined curves extending upward and outward toward the edges of the pocket. Fake True Religion jeans seldom have this design, but rather mildly curved cuts and sometimes even straight cuts.

Still paying attention to these three pockets, the True Religion embroidery pattern looks like a deep horse shoe with flared ends with large, prominent, silver rivets. This is perhaps the most identifiable feature on a pair of True Religion jeans. Impostor brands typically have a horse shoe that doesn't cover the entire area of the pocket leaving about a 1-inch “gap" between the bottom of the horse shoe stitching and the bottom of the pocket as well as using smaller “Levi's style" brass-colored rivets.

True Religion jeans have a Buddha on the back outer tag. If the Buddha is gone, then the jeans are fake! The Buddha should be bright red and highly detailed. Fake jeans will have a buddha that might be a darker shade of red or a Buddha with a “blurry" appearance because they could not replicate the intricate details of his body, especially his fingers. The inside tag will have some features to note as well. First and foremost, the bottom of the tag should say, “made in USA" (spelled EXACTLY like this but without the quotes) and immediately below that will be the size. Some more subtle things to notice on this tag is a slight dip of the letter “J" in the word JEANS and the silver micro-stitching at the bottom.

These are a few things to help you identify fake True Religion jeans. Of course as the seasons change, these features may change as well, but if you put this information to use, then you are more likely to buy an authentic pair of True Religion rather than be scammed.

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