Air Jordan IV “Military” – Quai 54 Edition

July 2, 2012 BY

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Things did seem a little to Quai-et for comfort there didn’t they? Jordan Brand’s Quai 54 International Streetball Tournament went down last weekend in Paris and there wasn’t a whisper of any accompanying retro release. While not the official Quai 54 edition, we put an end to that to today with a shot of Gentry Humphrey’s footwear for the weekend, which apparently wasn’t the only specialized Air Jordan IV in attendance. Also on hand were these customized Air Jordan IV’s, apparently available at the event for friends and family only. The 1 of 24 pairs feature the standard body of the just retro’d Air Jordan IV ‘Military’ with the traditional tongue tag switched out for a Quai 54 badge referencing their rarity. Click through to check out the Air Jordan IV ‘Military’ Quai 54 edition and stay with us for more updates on the Quai 54 festivities and accompanying Air Jordan footwear. Photos: hupu/Rodoggy6


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