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I’ll let you judge first and then give you my impression afterwards.
The seller sold it as a pair of a Jordan 1 from 1994.

It was found on a popular second hand site ‘for sneakerheads by sneakerheads’.

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It is a fake.

Why?

  1. The overall shape is suspicious.
  2. The ‘NikeAir’ and Swoosh on the tongue seem off.
  3. Seller said ‘Box is missing.’
    (No proof of authenticity, but throw away the box of a rare shoe? Suuuuuuuure…)
  4. Nike prints the sizes centered, so the ‘9’ should be exactly under the ‘US’ in the middle, not on the right side.Last, but best point:
  5. This model should have this size tag:14692165_1311365305548338_1766139637660258067_o

So it is a good fake, one you can be fooled at first and second glance.

Remember: The tag looks ok at first (font and coordination), the product code is right…

So be careful!

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