On-Foot Look at the Air Jordan 4 "Infrared"

Targeting a release this Spring.

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Jordan Brand is in for quite an exciting Spring season as it has a compelling slew of new sneakers to launch out to the public. Implemented into its strategy is the Air Jordan 4 “Infrared,” and after first surfacing in early December 2021, the kicks have now appeared once again by way of on-foot imagery.

The color schemes on this forthcoming makeup mostly lie on the grayscale side of the spectrum, while its titular hue plays more of a secondary role. In similar fashion to the Air Jordan 4 “Green Glow” from 2013, most of the upper on this iteration is made with “Dark Grey” and comes offset by solid black notes that land on the netting, cages, laces, lining and the heel pieces. “Cement Grey” accents through the forefoot overlays and the rear end Jumpman logos and “Infrared” blasts show face on the tongue branding, eyelets and insides of the tongues.

The midsole sections are styled with yin and yang colors and a see-through, exposed Air unit to round off its look. Early reports have these slated for a May 22 release, but Nike and other shops have yet to confirm this. Eyeing an early pair? GOAT has a handful of pairs stocked on their site.

In case you wanted more sneaker news. an Air Jordan 1 Mid “Reverse Bred” has appeared.

 

 

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