The next pair will reportedly fuse the Air Jordan 4 with the OG “Neon” Air Max 95. initial mock-ups suggest that the Air Jordan 4 will be dressed in multiple shades of grey with neon green detailing to mimic the fan-favorite 1995 runner.
Elsewhere, plastic eyestays, profile mesh guards and tongue labels all contribute to the Jordan 4’s nod to its kin from ’95: “Volt” animates the four plastic lace guards and half of the tongue patch, while surrounding netting keeps things subtle like its muse.
other distinct nods to the 25-year-old silhouette at the Airbag, insole and outsole, The pair will also sport the always-appreciated “Nike Air” branding on the heel tab.
Are Air Jordan 4 Good For Basketball?
While one could play basketball in an Air Jordan retro, it is not advisable given the more technically advanced modern basketball sneakers available. Today’s tech surpasses that of the 80s and 90s by leaps and bounds with respect to on-court performance.
- Sickest looking AJ so far
- Glove-like fit
- Durable construction
- Good traction for BB
- Good support and lockdown
- Step-in comfort
- Excellent every day sneaker
- Better sneaker than a basketball shoe