If you've ever browsed for limited sneakers on ebay, you know there's a plethora of fake gear floating around. There's a huge market for knockoff designer products of all kinds,...

If you've ever browsed for limited sneakers on ebay, you know there's a plethora of fake gear floating around.  There's a huge market for knockoff designer products of all kinds, but some fake sneakers can be tricky to tell apart from their legit counterparts.  Luckily, Sneaker Freaker has put together a handy fake-spotting guide to aid you in your quest for that perfect pair. 

Well, not really, but they sat down with Richard Stanwix, Head of Brand Security for Nike, and asked him about his job and experiences with bogus goods.

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