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2018 Retro New Air Jordan 4 Lightning Release

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Jordans 2017, Part of the Thunder and Lightning pack, the Air Jordan 4 Lightning was a firebolt when it hit the scene. Consisting identical colors as the AJ 4 Thunder, the Lightning displays the same colors in an introverted manner. With its flashy colors, the sneaker will definitely be noticed as it stands at greatly. This iconic Air Jordan 4 will likely look similar to the original, featuring a Tour Yellow nubuck upper paired with Grey detailing, Black hits on the netting atop a White midsole.
New Jordans 2017, The Air Jordan 4 debuted in 1989 and was designed by Tinker Hatfield. It features lightweight netting and plastic wings on the upper as well as visible Max Air. Nubuck and mesh materials were installed onto the shoe as well as a triangular plastic piece that was connected to a hard plastic lace holder. The AJ 4 preservers being well loved and has been retroed several times. The Air Jordan 4 "Lightning" first released in 2006 and rumors are spreading that this pair will once again return during the Holiday 2018 season. The Air Jordan 4 Lightning comes dressed in a Yellow nubuck upper accented by the Grey detailing and Black hits found both on the upper and sole. A White midsole and Jumpman branding are also in play.
Cheap Jordans 2017, This bold iteration of the Air Jordan 4 originally dropped back in 2006, and Jordan Brand appears to think that 12 years is more than enough time in between releases. The Air Jordan 4 Lightning was dressed in a yellow leather with black accents, covering the sole, netting and lace eyelets. The yellow really drew some much needed attention as now it is one of the "grail" sneakers to most of today's sneakerheads. White plays a small tribute on the sneaker touching the midsole for a nice contrast between the predominate yellow and then black accent.

asked Dec 27, 2017 by sh460121 (9,900 points)

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