Take an Official Look at the Air Jordan 4 "Black Canvas"

Reminiscent of the Eminem x Carhartt x Air Jordan 4s.

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Following a set of early imagery, we now have an official look at the Air Jordan 4 “Black Canvas.” Part of Jordan Brand’s upcoming Fall 2022 collection, the upcoming take on the beloved footwear model is centered around a mix of “Black/Light Steel Grey/White/Fire Red.”

It is interesting to note, the Air Jordan 4 “Black Canvas” is reminiscent of Eminem and Carhartt’s celebrated Air Jordan 4. The three-way collaboration was exclusively released via a charity auction in 2015 and now goes for over $20,000USD on the resale market.

The Air Jordan 4 “Black Canvas” features a tonal black canvas base paired with matching netting and suede mudguards. Contrast comes in the form of light gray at the eyelets and Jumpman motifs at the rear. Additional branding includes the tongue tags, reversed “AIR JORDAN” tags and printed insoles. Finishing up the design of the shoe are black/white/gray Air-assisted midsoles and segmented rubber outsoles.

Priced at $210 USD, the Air Jordan 4 “Black Canvas” is now expected to release sometime in October.

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