Taking on a dark, neutral colour palette, peeps of orange are to be spied under the black mesh overlay on the upper, whilst a complex midsole comprised of smoke grey and black panels is completed with a white Air unit that adds comfort and bounce to your walk.. Elsewhere on the upper, is the usual black mesh underlays and black/gray wing eyelets elements that help make up the lacing system.
Branding comes in the form of Jumpman tongue tags, printed insoles, upside-down “AIR JORDAN” badges on the inside of tongues and classic branded heel counters. Rounding up the design of the shoe are cream-colored sockliners, matching Air-assisted midsoles with black segments and gray/orange rubber outsoles.
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