Shoes, according to counterfeit seizure statistics from American customs. But maybe this just means it’s easier to detect counterfeit Nike’s than, say, fake Hublots.
Customs and Border Protection says 79% of counterfeit goods seized at the border came from China and another 10% from Hong Kong. A question comes to mind: what’s the difference between a genuine Nike shoe, assembled at some sweatshop in Shenzen, and a counterfeit Nike shoe… assembled at some sweatshop in Shenzen (presumably not the same one.)?