The Nike Air Jordan 4 first appeared in 1989 and was the first Jordan sneaker that fans around the world could buy.
After designer Tinker Hatfield started working on the line with the 3, he followed up with the AJ 4 and delivered another classic in sneaker history. In this overview we have summarized all current and future Air Jordan 4 models. So if you’re looking for a specific AJ 4 model, you’re sure to find it here.
The fourth Jordan is a popular sneaker for collaborations! In recent years, this has become even more apparent. Nevertheless, this does not mean that everyone is also allowed to design their very own 4s. In recent years, the honor has been held by high profile artists like Off-White, Travis Scott, and Kaws. All as always very limited and hard to buy. Does limited also mean valuable? Let’s take a look at Klekt. To buy the Jordan 4 Off-White or Cactus Jack you have to have around 900 Euros lying around, which can be more depending on the size. There is actually one collabo that is often forgotten. However, this is because it was never freely available and never appeared the retail market. The three colorways that came out of the collaboration between Jordan Brand and rapper Eminem were each only one edition for Family & Friends. The cheapest of the three costs over 28K, while you can buy the other two Jordan 4s for over 30K euros.
The first question to answer is the tried and true question in the sneaker game: How limited is the release? As you know by now, not all drops are always distributed through all stores. Colorways that are very limited are either only available on the Nike SNKRS app and thus at Nike, or additionally at selected stores like Overkill, Solebox or Sneakersnstuff. Fortunately, it doesn’t always have to be that complicated. Those who would like to buy one of the popular sneakers may also find them in the nearest Snipes, JD Sports or Foot Locker store.
This silhouette is simply a very stylish and good looking sneaker that goes with many fits.
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