The boost sole is too similar to the very-constant look that the fake boost soles present: the pellets are too rough, sharply-cut and not as defined as the pellets found on authentic pairs
The striped circles found on the boost soles are mathematically aligned, just like the constant layout found on fake boost soles
The overall shape and structure of this Yeezy pair is not in tune with other authentic pairs
The laces are not attached to the pair in the right manner
The insole inscriptions are different from the ones found on authentic pairs: the trefoil logo presents rounded edges, as opposed to the sharp-edged logo which can be found on authentic Yeezy Boost 350 V2 pairs
The size tag print is imprecisely built, as it presents too many inconsistencies: different fonts are used, as the font weight and the kerning are different from what can be found on authentic pairs
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