Supreme x The North Face Summit Series Jacket 1st OG (2007)
How to spot the differences
-The most obvious way to spot a replica is the side arm patch. Contrary to Supreme x TNF's most recent releases, the side arm patch on this particular jacket DOES NOT have the trademark 'R' next to the logos. While I was browsing uk ebay, I had noticed a user who sharpied out this logo so be careful as this is not a tell-tale sign.
-Next is the north face embroidered logo. Depending on the replica, it can range from pretty damn good to horrible. On the really good replicas, the north face logo is nice and bold and the letters don't appear crooked. However, the letters are too far apart. On the authentic north face logo, the letters are almost touching each other (for example, focus on the word 'face' and how close A is to the C, now look at how far apart it is on the replica)
On the not so good replicas, the embroidered north face logo appear crooked as well as the quarter-circle logo.
-Another very easy way to spot a replica is the inner neck tag. TNF patch and the Supreme patch are suppose to perfectly align with each other. On replicas, it can be a few CM off. On the bad replicas, the patch is cut very sloppy.
Also, the large red north face patch is less than 1CM away from the red supreme patch. It is a small but noticeable gap. However on a replica, the patches are touching or overlapping each other.
-Size tag on authentic should have varying lengths.
-Materials and stitching not on par with Authentic North Face.