It’s the year 2016, where custom Yeezy Boosts drop every week, and luxury sneakers like Common Projects and Hender Scheme are on the rise — and who knew we would reach a point where Jordans would cost $400 USD? We take a closer look at one of Jordan Brand‘s most ambitious projects yet, a full snakeskin covered-Air Jordan 4 that serves as a solid example of JB’s “Remastered” initiative, which has been rolling out premium editions of iconic Jordan models since 2015.
Featuring a very clean Light Bone/White-Pure Platinum-Wolf Grey colorway, this Air Jordan 4 Premium dons light cream and beige hues across its perforated reptilian upper and complements it with matching hits to the laces, mud guard and tongue. A clean white sole rounds out the shoe’s light color scheme.
Packaged in Flight-branded dust bags with an extra pair of leather laces, the Air Jordan 4 Premium “Snakeskin” — an apt followup to the “Pinnacle” edition of the silhouette — drops May 21 at Livestock Canada‘s Vancouver and Toronto locations for a retail price of $400 USD.