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    Christian Louboutin,True Religion Jeans,Ed hardy Shirt,Asics Shoes

    I have a cart adding up to $200 of shoes...

    Just wondering if this site is legit? The prices are very low
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    these sell in china... they sort options on prices like A+ and A+++

    they all copy

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    My computer won't even let me open that link. Any CLB under 700 are BS. I got my CLB from Nordstrom for 700. They were 50% off. 200 CLB are fake.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimee View Post
    My computer won't even let me open that link. Any CLB under 700 are BS. I got my CLB from Nordstrom for 700. They were 50% off. 200 CLB are fake.
    I had $1000 worth of Pumas for $200

    Might order 1 pair just to see the quality since Puma is now made in China

    Last 2 pairs of speed cats I had were destroyed in 3 months of light wearing. Bought from Santa Monica Puma too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chas3n View Post
    I had $1000 worth of Pumas for $200

    Might order 1 pair just to see the quality since Puma is now made in China

    Last 2 pairs of speed cats I had were destroyed in 3 months of light wearing. Bought from Santa Monica Puma too...
    Is risking sending your credit card info to this company worth checking out the quality of something you already know is fake?
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    Ya why contribute to these people that sell fake shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedlysane View Post
    Is risking sending your credit card info to this company worth checking out the quality of something you already know is fake?
    Paypal... And yes, when companies (Puma for this example) start loosing their quality and I spend $200 for 2 pairs that used to last 2 years now only last 2 months I am going to explore alternative options to purchasing them.

    It might be a different story if I were trying to buy a Armani suit for $88. These are Chinese made shoes.. I wouldn't be surprised if they are buying form the same factory that makes them for Puma...
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    Try another brand then. Don't support counterfeiting, I assure you they don't "buy from the same factory." At best, there will be pieces of the shoe that is made from legitimate Puma material, but it will have been stolen and the rest of the shoe will be lower quality sh!t.

    Brands allow for factories to make so many of whatever item and in most situations, the remaining material is to be destroyed. Sometimes it is stolen by workers to make knock offs and what didn't come from legitimate material is the fake stuff. That's why stitching will be off, logos will look slightly different, etc. Knock-off shops' machines aren't going to get a fake logo to be identical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedlysane View Post
    Try another brand then. Don't support counterfeiting, I assure you they don't "buy from the same factory." At best, there will be pieces of the shoe that is made from legitimate Puma material, but it will have been stolen and the rest of the shoe will be lower quality sh!t.

    Brands allow for factories to make so many of whatever item and in most situations, the remaining material is to be destroyed. Sometimes it is stolen by workers to make knock offs and what didn't come from legitimate material is the fake stuff. That's why stitching will be off, logos will look slightly different, etc. Knock-off shops' machines aren't going to get a fake logo to be identical.
    For $37 I will try it... End of story. Its lunch money to see what quality difference there is in a authentic Puma vs a "knock off".

    If Puma wants my money then they should stop using cheap factory's to produce their products.
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    Always look at the contact page. there should at least be a phone number even if there is no physical address. On hot items like CL and Moncler there is very little price difference between real sellers' prices until the next season line is rolled out.

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