Originally Posted by asianhomevideos
different sizes or even the same sizes may have some imperfections in the way they are created. not all yeezys are created equally, especially when theyre different sizes. it doesnt mean they are fake. with the way they are able to replicate the fakes these days, id say it's impossible to tell from some UA's to authentics. it all comes down to opinion. no one knows for sure on certain pairs. this is why i sold all of my real pairs and bought UA's. no one can tell anyways.
Absolutely different sizes can have variations looking at placing of markings on the shoe etc, stitching and other common checks.
But in all the years of buying and selling shoes the font on insoles and size tags or similar has been the best way to spot fakes. Shoe size 6 vs size 10 doesn't excuse letters being rounded off, or the stroke inside the Q of Qualite not starting where it should.