1. 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
2. The AIR DIOR logo’s inscriptions are too stamped, a detail that is never properly replicated on the fake versions of Air Jordan 1 pairs
3. As a consequence of flaw #2, the AIR DIOR logo’s text characters do not present the right font weight
4. The hourglass shape isn’t visible on either of the left or the right shoe. In other words, authentic pairs present rounded bulges around the heel cup and the ankle flaps, when analysing the pair from the rear angle. This pair presents a flat/straight silhouette.
5. The toe box holes are not aligned in a similar manner to the way toe box holes are aligned on authentic versions of this model.
6. The Nike Swoosh logo on the side of these Dior Air Jordan 1s has its pattern of the “Dior” monogram text looking too thin, whereas the legit shoes must have their letters thicker
7. The Nike Swoosh logo on the side of these shoes is placed too far away from the midsole, while the legit shoes have their logo placed lower
8. The “8500” text on the interior side of this Dior 1s is too thin, while the legit shoes must have their text thicker
9. The cross-stitching on the side of these Dior 1s is too thick when compared to the stitching on the authentic shoes
10. The blue colour on the sole of these Air Jordan 1 Dior sneakers is too concentrated, while the authentic shoes must have a lighter shade of blue for their sole
11. The patch on the rear side of these shoes of where the Nike Swoosh logos from the interior and exterior sides of the shoes meet together does not present the same dimensions, while the authentic sneakers always have the same size for their patch
12. The tongue label’s side with multiple lines of text is imprecisely built, as the characters in that area are misaligned, inconsistent and waving. This flaw is a red flag that shows us that lower quality factory equipment was used, a guaranteed way to spot a fake item
13. The footbed of these Dior Air Jordan 1s has its “Dior” text out of the pattern when compared to the legit shoes’ footbed text, as it is improperly font-weighted on this pair
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