Jordan Brand is celebrating Air Max month in a way of its own by releasing the Air Jordan 4 SE “Neon”, taking color cues from the vibrant Nike Air Max 95 “Neon.” Colliding the worlds of iconic designers, between Tinker Hatfield’s 1989 on-court model of the AJ4 and Sergio Lozano’s running-ready Air Max 95 shoe, this isn’t the first time Jordan has gone into the Swoosh’s archives for some design inspiration. On StockX, the sneaker is doing quite well with already amassing 294 sales at an average sale price of $241 USD.
The Jordan 4 “Neon” heel panel receives a metallic makeover while the enlarged “Flight” tongue patch is half Jumpman logo in white and half in volt, mirroring the Air Max 95s. With a tonal grey upper, white netting underlays and neon color hues throughout, the sneaker is as versatile as a Jordan 4 silhouette as you’re going to see. Additional details include rope laces, 3M reflective upside-down “AIR JORDAN” patches and matching high-vis reflective “NIKE AIR” upon the heel tab. Finally, elevating the shoe is a two-tone black sole unit sitting below the darkened mudguard and completed with a “Volt” Air unit at the heel.
Head over to StockX now to cop the rare Air Jordan 4 SE “Neon” colorway before they’re all gone.