Cop Your Pair of the Air Jordan 4 "Singles' Day" and "Tattoo" on StockX

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Providing an outlet to cop the most coveted kicks, StockX has you covered if you’re looking for the Air Jordan 4 “Singles’ Day” and “Tattoo.”

The two latest iterations of the AJ4 offers two distinct, bold takes on the silhouette. Referencing the Chinese holiday “Singles’ Day” — popular among young people — the colorway sits upon a gum sole and is completely swathed in a vibrant red. An interruption in the tonality comes via black accents, but the shoe’s aesthetics can change if the user decides to peel a layer presenting a hidden floral design. In tandem, the second pair of kicks features a palette consisting of black, white and the label’s ubiquitous red. Adding some graphical value, the tumbled leather is emblazoned with an all-over, tattoo print featuring basketballs.

Head over to StockX to buy the Air Jordan 4 “Singles’ Day” and “Tattoo” now.

 

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