Once again when you look at the plastic back heel portion of a real and a fake pair under a UV black light you will be able to see the stitching that follows the edges of the panel on a fake, on a real pair you will not.
The “EQT” on the leather lace locks of the fakes feature a more rounded font around the edges, on real pairs the “EQT” is more of a squared edged font.
The overall build is bigger on the fakes. Also, the design pattern of the primeknit upper is different on the fakes.
The overall shape and build structure of the boost midsole and footbed is pretty much identical on the fakes.
The quality of craftsmanship for the black stitching on the upper is very poor on the fakes. On real pairs there is a very clean symmetrical stitching design, on fakes it is sloppy.
When you a shine a UV Black Light onto the back heels of the real pair and the fake pair you will notice the stitching on the back heel cup is not visible on real pairs, but on fakes it is visible because the thread color used for the fakes is different.
A close up look at how the design of the primeknit upper is incorrect on the fakes. At first glance they may see identical but with closer inspection it is easy to see they are not.
The “EQT SUPPORT” white embossed font on the black suede panel of the medial side on the fakes is smaller and not as wide.