1. The “AIR” text on the midsole is improperly crafted as well, since it’s not centred on the midsole
2. The perforations found all over the shoe (last 3 lace holes, ankle flaps, area above the heel) are not in tune with the perforations found on authentic pairs, as they’re too shallow and misaligned in some cases
3. The “SHOELACES” text is improperly printed, as it’s not clearly defined, too thick and placed too far away from the aglet
4. Because the orange stitching is at the pointy end of the swoosh is too tight, the swoosh gets crooked behind and after the end of the swoosh
5. The overall shape and structure of this pair are not in tune with other authentic Air Jordan 1 pairs, as the toe boxes are thick and “inflated”, as opposed to the slim toe boxes found on authentic pairs
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