Air Jordan 4 Retro ‘Vivid Sulphur’

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Heralded for being the second Air Jordan created by the architectural mind of Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan 4 first graced the court back in ’89 for the NBA’s All-Star game, a game in which MJ went onto score 28 points for the Eastern Conference side – standard procedure from the legend.

The ‘Vivid Sulfur’ colourway honours everything that the Air Jordan 4 stands for – a striking, mesh-founded design with unique Winged collars and wavy layer-on-layer leather panelling. A head-turner through and through, with sulfuric elements addressing the lace crown, collar lining, and midsole. Obviously, a visible Nike Air Unit encourages cloud-like bounce from below, while the star-studded rubber outsole at the base guarantees gameday traction. Jumpman logos adorn the tongue and heel cap for a hazardous finish.  

The Air Jordan 4 Retro ‘Vivid Sulphur’ draw is now closed.

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