Only four points need to be considered.
First, pick the right seller.
You can determine whether this seller is credible from the following aspects.
1. whether they have a good reputation.
This is the age of the Internet, not to mention the fact that they do business on the Internet. You can use a search engine or any other tool to search for relevant reviews to see if the seller has a large number of bad reviews. If the reputation is terrible, then you’d better skip him.
2. whether the seller has a good description of the shopping terms on his website.
A properly run seller should inform customers of what to look for before making a purchase. For a shopping site, that’s the terms and conditions page. Most of the time, making a purchase means that you agree to the seller’s terms and conditions, and it is best to read them carefully before making a purchase. If the seller has few or no terms and conditions, then you probably shouldn’t trust them to help you well if something goes wrong.
3. whether the seller has timely service support.
Some sellers do a terrible job of this, with hours or even 1 day of waiting for recovery time, and you may need several days to actually place your order. And sellers who respond instantly are obviously more worthwhile.
4. whether the seller can provide QC check.
QUALITY CHECK is usually after the purchase and before the seller ships the item to send you a photo of the item, you can check if it meets your expectations and the seller will ship it after you approve it. Otherwise you can usually make a replacement or cancel the order. This way you can know what the item you will receive looks like.
5. The seller’s delivery method.
Some sellers can offer a very fast delivery guarantee, but you must know where the shipment will originate. Most sellers are from China, and if they guarantee a 3-4 day or shorter arrival time, you should be alert to the possibility of losing contact after payment. Normal arrival time should be more than a week, unless your seller is located on the same continent as you or is located in the country. For international shipping, the time spent is hardly less than 3 days.
Second, check the photos provided by the seller.
1. Check the shoes themselves for serious problems.
You can find pictures of the genuine product on the internet for comparison, but keep in mind that minor differences are allowed, such as very small ink or stitching deviations. But staining or complete misplacement will not be acceptable. In most cases, you can ask the seller to ship a replacement item.
2. whether the shoe’s accessories are complete.
Most shoes come with Adidas tags and the shoes have wrapped oilskin paper inside.
3. whether the box is correct.
This is rarely something you need to worry about unless you encounter an outright scammer, and most sellers’ boxes are basically the same. You just need to check whether the size label on the box is consistent with the shoes themselves.
Third, check to see if the price is reasonable.
Pricing that is too cheap will make you think it’s poor quality, while pricing that is too expensive will make you think they are scammers. A quality pair of YEEZY REPLICA should cost between $100-200.
Fourth, make sure you have the correct size.
If you’ve bought other sizes to fit the form, you’ll know that for some shoes you need to take a size a little bigger or a little smaller. For YEEZY REPLICA, it should be the same size as the genuine article. Most will require a half size up instead of your normal size.