The median text on the left shoe is not as smudged as it's meant to be and is also badly positioned
The kerning of these characters is imperfect, while the font-weight is also different when compared to inscriptions found on authentic Nike Off White Air Presto pairs
The density and depth of the perforations found on the toe box are not in tune with other authentic pairs — this pair's perforations are too deep and found too often
The "SHOELACES" text is too far away from the aglet and is also different visually when compared to authentic shoelaces found on Nike Off White Air Presto pairs
The toe box is overly-inflated, a common detail that can be found on fake pairs. The "distressed" look on the toe box is a detail fake manufacturers can't replicate
The zig-zag stitching found on the Nike swoosh is meant to have sharp edges, as opposed to the rounded-cornered stitching found on this pair. Unfortunately this is only found on fake pairs, a detail which confirms to us that lower quality factory equipment was used to produce this pair — this is a compromise done by fake manufacturers.
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