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Ever seen this happen to a genuine Moncler jacket?


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Jul 14, 2015
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So I purchased a Moncler Daniel. It came this morning and it's a beautiful jacket, and feels great. But when I looked at the badge on the arm, I noticed the logo was really messed up. It's not a problem, I'm being sent out a replacement jacket and I'm allowed to keep this one anyway, but I just wanted to know if there's anything I can do to sort it out. Before anyone asks, it's definitely the real deal. It doesn't have the certilogo label, it has the new QR code one instead and I believe (may be wrong) fakes don't have this yet. I checked the code and it matches up to the jacket.

So here's a pic:


What's your opinion?


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Oct 28, 2015
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Just ran across this question while doing a google search. I have never seen such a thing on a real Moncler and I have tons of experience with the brand.

I am curious where you bought this from because I am very suspicious, not only because the logo looks fake but because I can't see any retailer or manufacturer telling you to keep an expensive designer jacket because of a flaw while they send you a new one.

Regarding QR codes, they are being faked now and careful counterfeiters will copy the code from the same model of jacket so it passes the test on Moncler's website.

When you received the replacement jacket did it have the same QR code? If so, it is definitely a fake because no two jackets are ever produced with the same code under any circumstances, except by counterfeiters.

Here is a comparison of your logo to an authentic one. Even overlooking the flaws, there are distinct differences in the 2 logos.

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