People sporting Nike Air Jordans in Queens and Brooklyn may have to question the authenticity of their sneakers, since the NYPD arrested 5 people for selling counterfeit Jay’s in those areas.

Miyuki Suen, Jian Min Huang, Songhua Qu, Kin Lui Chen and Fangrang Qu were arrested for selling over 27,000 pairs of the frauds that would have been worth an estimated $73 Million if they were authentic. The team sold each pair for $190 for the past two years, shipping approximately 42 containers to the Port Of Newark from China. They are being charged with counterfeit trafficking conspiracy and trafficking in counterfeit goods.

The Jordan wannabes were manufactured in China with design and color, then shipped to the US where the logo were added and the kicks distributed for sale. Each of the convicts would face a maximum potential of up to 20 years in prison.

“These five individuals are alleged to have been a part of a large scale counterfeiting scheme, importing nearly a half million pairs of knock-off Nike sneakers. These counterfeiting networks can be both detrimental to our economy and threaten our national security, and HSI will continue to take every measure in investigating and dismantling these organizations,” ICE HSI Special Agent-in-Charge Angel M. Melendez said.

“The five defendants in this case allegedly counterfeited over $70 million in fake Nike shoes and sold them to buyers on the U.S. market. I commend our law enforcement partners for helping to bring today’s charges, which send a clear message to would-be counterfeiters: ‘Just don’t do it,'” Manhattan U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman said.