December 22, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 0
Ultraviolet light is invisible to the human eye, but just like the Air Jordan Retros we’re waiting to see cycle around to refresh some of the beloved classics, Jordan Brand looks to bring it into your field of vision moving into 2012. Both of the models we have previewed with multiple colorway retro runs next year will release in a white leather upper accented by black and the purple shade in question. The biggest difference between the Air Jordan IV GS pictured above and the AJX also featuring Ultraviolet hits is that the Tens addition of Cyber neon green/yellow gives a more Halloweeny feel while these Fours are a tad more feminine. Then again, we’ve seen countless Mike Bibby PEs in similar colorways, and it’s likely that sneakerheads Sacramento and beyond would snatch up a Kings-style release ported over to the Four in a full size run. But alas, these are limited to grade school sizes for youngsters and ladies; anyone care to posit the argument that Jordan Brand’s GS colorways are preferable to the mens editions? Let us know with a comment after you click through to see more angles, and stick with Sneaker News for the ‘Ultraviolet’ Air Jordan IV release date. via Air-Randy
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i love how the kids colorways are ALWAYS better than the mens. I would take this model and colorway over 90% of the mens releases. SMH
I take that back. The sole has always been different on GS. I think the sole is one of the best features on the shoe. This ruins them for me and will probably save me money because I would have copped these for my bum ass Ravens fan girlfriend.
This guys site has been linked to unlegit Jordan's can we truly say these are the "final" production model, they switching to a new box in 2012 and he has a 2011 box. Nice color way for the tiny feet people
Its a GS... let me fill you in on some knowledge young'n... all GS sizes have a different soles then MEN sizes....