This Air Jordan 4 has a clean white base with Midnight Navy accents on the midsole, the weight-reducing eyelet wings, the sock liner and the Jumpman on the tongue tab. The signature netting on the toe box and the quarter are in white, matching the base, and showing black construction beneath. "Light Smoke Grey" takes over the same components it did back in '89, creating an ode to the past that pushes the Jordan 4 into its next 33 years. Lastly, the next proposition from Michael Jordan's eponymous brand features a "Fire Red" Jumpman logo on the outsole, further playing with heritage-driven hues on an updated design. Other details include Black on the Wings, heel tab, and hinted on the midsole, while all the aforementioned shades appear on the rubber outsole.
Latest Nike Jordan Sneakers, The AJ4 "Navy Cement" features a color scheme reminiscent of the OG "White Cement" colorway, though with navy hits replacing the black and red accents. The shoe also includes touches of black on the midsole, the heel and the eyelet accent. An exposed Air unit in clear casing and a grey rubber outsole cap off the shoe's design. Standing out, Fire Red fills in the tongue branding and inside of the tongue. Constructed with White leather throughout, Midnight Navy adorns the eyelets, liner, and part of the midsole. Navy then appears on the multi-channel lace locks, midsole, and Jumpman logos on the tongues and heels. Lastly red accents appear on the tongue tag and outsole.
2022 Cheap Jordan, Dressed in a Black and Phantom color scheme. This offering of the Air Jordan 1 Low comes with an all-Black suede base with Phantom stitching featuring traditional oversized backward facing Swoosh on the lateral, while a regular Swoosh graces the medial. It comes constructed in a mix of mesh, leather, and suede materials featuring EST. 1997 printed on the lateral Air unit, his name printed on the lace tips, and blueprint insoles showing off the technology artwork and his signature. An air pressure hangtag completes the design and theme. A Gold embroidered Jumpman branding and heel tabs completes the design.
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