One of the most popular shoes ever created are Air Jordans. NBA Great Michael Jordan launched his Nike shoe line since 1985, and has new designs released annually. Less than two months ago, the AJ XX8 was released, making it the 28th show in Air Jordan history.

Similar to sports jerseys, rolexes, Louis Vuitton, and anything else that's expensively in demand, Jordans can often be counterfeit. Be careful where you get your Air Jordans, and who you get them from. However, if you want to be absolutely sure your J's are the real thing, ehow.com has figured out how.

Ehow.com has compiled the six step process to determine whether or not your Jordan shoes are real, or God forbid, fake. Click here to see the steps.