These Air Jordan IV "SNES US" Customs Are on Fire

Complete with and “working buttons” and ‘NBA Jam’ screenshots.

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Following in the footsteps of the Jordan IV “Super Nintendo” customs, these Jordan IV “SNES USNBA Jam Edition customs are designed with the same grey and purple colorway as the U.S. edition of the console. In addition, each heel contains the controller layout of the system; a shoe with the D-pad, and the other with the four-button control layout. On the tongue of the shoe are two screenshots of the legendary arcade sports game NBA Jam. One features the congratulation screen while the other features a game between Golden State and Cleveland. Cleveland wins.

Ten pairs will be available this weekend, visit Freakersneaks for more details.

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