1. The left shoe’s side text is meant to be printed more precisely — this item’s characters are not in tune with the characters found on other authentic pairs
2. The same inscriptions (left shoe’s side text) are varying in terms of font-weight and placement when compared to authentic items.
3. As a consequence of flaw #2, the kerning of these characters is improper. Authentic pairs come with inscriptions where the characters are closer to each other.
4. The “AIR” text on the side of these shoes is improperly font-weighted, and it is crookedly positioned, while the legit shoes have their text positioned straightly
5. The pattern of the cage on the side of the sneakers is not in tune with the authentic shoes’ cage, as this pair has its corners looking too curvy
6. The stitching on the tongue of these shoes is improperly weighted, as some stitches are thicker than supposed to
7. The double stitching line below the cage has too much empty space inside the rectangle, while the authentic Air Jordan 4’s have less space on the inside of the rectangle of the double stitching
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