June 17, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 13
Can you imagine how much differently this pair of Jordans would have been received had the speckling been switched? Shown is an alternate version of 2012’s Air Jordan IV “White/Cement” that features the speckles that accent the upper in grey rather than in the OG black. Would they have sat on shelves had this little detail been altered? Probably not, but we can guarantee that there would have been a good amount of grumbling. Continue reading to see this alternate version of the Air Jordan IV and then bid on the grey speckle pair from oregonsole on eBay.
I see why these were unrealesed. The reverse colorway on these are just not it! Theyre not bad but the regular White Cements look way cleaner.
ok let me refresh the memories of the people saying these are nice. no they arnt. when we saw these samples roughly 2 years ago we freaked out because we thought they were going release THIS shoe as the white cement release. fast forward a few months we breathed a sigh of relief because we actually got the real deal. these are junk
Lets barely change a classic and see if we can trick people into buying that as well. These are a waste