1. The tongue label’s text is imprecisely printed and presents inconsistencies. The font weight is improper, while the space between the characters is uneven. Only low-quality manufacturing equipment can produce these inconsistencies, a detail which is only found on fake pairs.
2. 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
3. The AIR JORDAN logo's inscriptions are not deeply stamped, a detail that is never properly replicated on the fake versions of Air Jordan 1 pairs.
4. As a consequence of the previous flaw, the AIR JORDAN logo’s text characters do not present the right font weight
5. The hourglass shape isn’t visible on either of the left or the right shoe to the degree to which it’s present on authentic versions of pairs from this colourway. 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.
6. 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.
7. The text on the size tag is presenting a font-weight that's too low when compared to other authentic items. This is a point of proof that lower quality factory equipment was used to produce this tag.
Screenshots can be forged. Always ask for a link to one of our Certificates of Authenticity.
Pictures of the item will be attached below. This document can serve as proof for the item’s authentication status.
Note for the person who has purchased this service: this document is available in electronic form. Your discretion is advised, given the data that is shared here (name and email address).
The document will not be indexed by any search engine and will likely be seen only by those with which you share it (directly or indirectly). Be aware of this when sharing the link.