Authenticate This Moncler

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  1. Please help me authenticate this moncler!
     

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  3. Hi, newer Moncler items should have a CLG code you could check against here: www.certilogo.com/check/

    Hope it helps.
     
  4. new moncler have inside a code for authentication, it is close to the tags
     
  5. Yes I checked this out, but the numbers did not match :sad:
     
  6. Hi, I moved your post to the Moncler thread, could you re-post here: http://forum.purseblog.com/the-wardrobe/authenticate-this-apparel-53838.html

    (thread is in the Wardrobe forum, the experts are answering auth questions in that thread)



    Also, newer Moncler items should have a CLG code you could check against here: www.certilogo.com/check/

    Good luck.
     
  7. Okay thank you!
    I checked the code and the code is right
    But I was thinking maybe she uses the code of someone else or something ??
    What I noticed is the color that I don't see a lot...
    Can someone help me please? thanks..
     
  8. It could be, it's best to ask in the Wardrobe forum here: http://forum.purseblog.com/the-wardrobe/authenticate-this-apparel-53838.html


    Good luck.
     
  9. Okay I'll try it there thank you :smile:
     
  10. I can help with authentications for Moncler.
    I have been selling Moncler for year now and I recognize most of the fakes in a blink.
    Do have to say that you can also check for yourself.

    Always ask for a Certilogo photo. Go to code.moncler.com and fill in.
    If it gives you a model, please google it on the internet to see if the model is right.
    If it is, then look at the zippers (90% of the zipper is Lampo).
    At last the logo, not all Moncler logo's are stitched perfect, but they have all the same size on the arms.

    Oh the last part is the Fur, Moncler uses different types of fur, but mostly raccoon/tanuki. If the Fur is not nice, then its probably a fake.