Here at The Hoxton Trend, we love Stone Island, and we know you do too. So many of you want to know how to spot a fake Stone Island as you may have been buying off eBay, or Depop and you want to know if you’ve got the real thing. But if you want to save some money on Stone Island then take a look at some outlets and sales including Luisaviaroma, Atterley, and Farfetch.
Here’s how to spot a fake:
The fastest and easiest way to recognise a fake badge is by flipping it over and looking at the buttonholes. If the stitching around the buttonholes is perfectly straight, then it’s a fake. The genuine badges have a bended shape around the buttonhole and that’s down to the sewing machine that is used.
Another key indicator that you have a fake is if the badge feels thick and coarse. A fake is only slightly thicker and heavier than the real badge, but a feel of the quality is a sure sign if you have a fake or genuine Stone Island badge.
Take note of the circle of the logo on the badge. If the circle is bent and not a perfect shape, then it is a fake badge. Inside the circle, be sure to take a look at the lettering. If it is squashed, or hard to read it is most likely a fake.
The best way to ensure you have a genuine Stone Island piece is by purchasing from one of our recommended sellers. Check out our outlet page where we have put together a list of the best places to buy Stone Island, whether that be online or in store. And if you head over to our Stone Island page you will find everything in one place. Take a look below at some of our Stoney picks and don’t forget to give Hox’s video a watch where he goes into a bit more detail on how to spot a fake!