January 10, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 0
When it comes to a model as well established, widely revered and thoroughly covered as next month’s Air Jordan 4 Retro ‘White Cement’ release, we’ve reached a point five weeks before the drop where the last relevant question might be, “What more can [we] say?” As in top billing, for a shoe that’s been overshadowed by its immediate sequel of late, but finally gets its chance in the spotlight 23 years after the original and another thirteen after the most recent retro. In fact, these haven’t been out so long that the last pairs featured the coveted ‘NIKE AIR’ designation on their heels, so there’s no single shoe that’s going to draw more attention in the first quarter of 2012 now that the wait is finally over. Click through to see more of the GS-sized AJ4 ‘Cement’ after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for updates in advance of the February 18th release date. via AGS
Air Jordan IV
deff copn the 4s, the last pair i had was the all blk joints back in 6grade thth was years ago. (Cements Fire)
I hate how the midsole on GS versions is different than the mens version. Its almost like a different shoe to me....
The quality looks real nice. Hopefully JB doesn't come up short with the quality. This shoe is a work of art.
yeap and fakes deff have no quality this kid just got some new "Space Jams" went to the b-ball court and he ran to do a lay up and his soles came off,smh so if people complain that they dnt have good quality they atleast dnt fall apart like fakes do.