Here are the official images of the new version of the Air Jordan 4 coming out this summer, the result of the collaboration between Union LA and Jordan Brand!
The new version of the silhouette has two different colors: Taupe Haze/Blue Fury/Khaki/Roma Green and Desert Moss/Turquoise Blue/Dark Iris. As in any reworking of an iconic model, the construction of the upper appears naturally modified alongside more traditional details. Specifically, as regards the first coloration, the upper has shades of sand brown in soft suede mixed with a resistant mesh sweater.
Elements such as the tab label, the lower eyelets and the heel tab are colored in the vivid shades of light blue and bright green, acting as a contrast and amalgamating at the same time on everything else. Then there are the typical “wings” on the side made of translucent plastic, revealing also the yellow labels of Union LA. Usually the Air Jordan are adorned with the Nike Air badge, this time replaced by a special iteration of the 30th anniversary in the green and blue accents of the shoe.
As mentioned above, the new model is also available in a second colour. The construction is therefore basically the same, what changes is the combination of colours which in this case does not play on a neutral design but much more lively. The suede upper proposed in a shade similar to the land of the desert, is flanked by the mesh underneath intense purple, while accommodating small elements in turquoise blue. Complete the look, in both models, the cream-colored sole with Blu Air unit.
Although a release date has not been confirmed, the two Air Jordan 4 are expected for this summer at a price of €224,99. Stay tuned so as not to miss the developments of this release!
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