Air Jordan 4 “Blank Canvas”

Air Jordan 4

The burgundy-like finish of the shoe seems more fitting for Kaine Parker, who has dark red hair in his comic book identity. However, even this colorway is brighter than most other Web Head shoes because it features Jordan branding on them and white trim throughout which makes all those blue accents stand out more than they would on someone else.

The Jordan 4 was released in 1990 and it became one of Michael Jordon’s most famous shoes. It featured many similarities to its predecessor, the Airgovin 3 but also introduced some new features that made this model stand out from all others at the time such as an enlarged tongue for better comfort while running or playing basketball; visible Nike Air Max cushioning which gave you extra support when needed Most importantly though were “The Wings” – plastic lace eyelet wings placed on each shoe so they could reduce weight without sacrificing durability.

The Jordan 4 was not seen again in stores until 1999, roughly one year after Michael Jordon retired from his career as a basketball player. It returned with two original colorways–“White/Cement” and Black/cement-but introduced new models that boasted an embossed Jumpman logo on their heels instead of mesh netting like before! These changes addressed significant growth within the casual lifestyle footwear market which helped make this shoe highly collected by sneaker collectors throughout the 2000s due to its design features & scarcity.

The original branding was finally brought back in 2016 with the Jordan 4 “White/Cement”. This shoe featured an all-white upper, blue underlay, and Med White cement rubber outsole which became popular very quickly after its release due to both how clean it looks as well as having excellent quality thanks largely from cracking paint application on only selected areas where necessary so they don’t look too half-naked when you step down but still have that unique touch everyone loves about jordans.

The Air Jordan 4 “Blank Canvas” has been a popular choice for those looking to get their feet wet in the world of sneakers over the last decade. It’s often considered one of Tinker Hatfield’s best designs period, and with good reason. This May, a new Air Jordan 4 will be released. The “Infrared” colorway is notable for being one of the most anticipated releases from this year’s Spring lineup and should keep fans excited until later in 2020 when we’ll see additional styles like Women-Exclusive Canvas Dates (and hopefully some other hits too!).

Air Jordan 4 “Blank Canvas”

Release Date: March 2022
Style Code: DQ4904-100
Color: Sail/Sail-Cement Grey-Fire Red
Price: $190

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