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Air Jordan 4 “Deep Ocean” Features A Patchwork Of Prints

Air Jordan 4 “Deep Ocean” Features A Patchwork Of Prints

Jordan Brand’s experimental vision with its Retro models in 2020 have been beyond impressive to say the least. Their respectable efforts have given silhouettes like the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 3, and Air Jordan 4, with the latest of that group appear here in a “Deep Ocean” colorway that patches together an eclectic mix of patterns on canvas and twill fabric materials. There’s a bit of alternation with the colors going on as well  with red and navy, further adding to that hand-made appeal, while translucent heel tabs engraved with tiles both geometric and artisanal. A special shoe-box will also house this release as the aforementioned patterns make an appearance around the exterior. Currently, the Air Jordan 4 “Deep Ocean” is set for a release this Fall. Release date information will come soon.

In other Jordan news, the Air Jordan 3 “Denim” is releasing on August 27th in the US. To see what else is down the pipeline, check out this preview of upcoming Jordan release dates.

Air Jordan 4
Release Date: Fall 2020
$190
Color: Deep Ocean/Sail-Cement Grey-Fire Red
Style Code: CW0898-400

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Photos: footpatrol

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