Louis Vuitton Keepall 55 bag certification: the overall appearance approach If you separate the Louis Vuitton Keepall 55 bag, you need its spaciousness (of course, in addition to its outstanding design and durability), don't you? Although the original bag is wide and there is a large room inside the replica, it is narrower than it should be. In these two cases, not only the size is different, but the shape of the model itself is also different: the outline in the left picture is beautiful and rounded, and it provides more pentagonal shapes for the replica bag. Zipper method Imagine spending hundreds of dollars to buy a bag, only to get a slider stuck on the zipper. Sounds like a nightmare, doesn't it? Imitation factories always try to use the lowest quality zippers-see how close the teeth on the genuine zippers are to each other, while on the imitations they are curved and separated further from each other. In the picture on the right, the shape of the puller itself is different: it is wider and larger than it should be, with more square-like features. Hot stamping The lettering and details completed with hot stamping are in the style of Louis Vuitton. Look at how thin the letters on the replica model are, when they should be as thick and neat as a genuine bag, they look almost scratched off. Even the carved lines are not well done-they need to be thicker and deeper inside the leather. A few words about the stitching-see how neat the stitching on the genuine handle is, finished with thick thread, while on the replica bag, the stitching seems to fall off at any time. Let's take a closer look at the handle. Take a look at how small the folding leather flaps on the genuine handles are, but look much larger on the replica bags. The brown outline in the image on the left is thicker and neater, and it's a bit messy on the copy handle. Duplicating the suture itself did not give much hope: look at how thin the threads are used for sewing, not the tiny stitches, which are loose and long. Side approach If we look at the side of the bag, we will see how neat the genuine handle attachment is, and it looks very cheap in the picture on the right. We also want you to take a look at this figure-it looks scratched off on the replica, and it should be well carved like the original package; the figure must blend well with the background. The last detail of the method is the ends of the zippers-when they should be closer, there is a huge space between the sides of the authentic zippers. Hardware method For some reason, the replica factory can't always replicate the hardware well. They always use cheaper materials to reduce overall costs, which shows. As you can see, the genuine metal is reflective and smooth, while the replica is grainy and matte. The engraving in the picture on the right is also poorly done-the letters need to be deeper in the metal. In both cases, the shape of the metal handle attachment itself is also different-it is rounder and smoother on the authentic bag. Serial number method Sometimes the replica does not have a serial number, but keep in mind that this is not always the case-for example, in this comparison, you can see that the replica bag has a serial number but is written in a different font. The letters on the genuine bag are lighter and thinner, while the letters in the picture on the right are thicker and thicker. The background leather is different in both cases. The buttons on the genuine bag are larger and rounder, and the replica bag should copy the same thing.