We bet you still remember and love the Union x Air Jordan 1s. Since their debut in 2018, sneakerheads have been looking forward to a second collaboration. Well, the designs and official release date have been announced, so without further ado, let’s take a good look at the Union x Nike Air Jordan 4s before their mid August release!
As the first revealed colorway, the “Off Noir” takes a more vintage style shape of the Air Jordan 4 model. Some believe it to be a tribute to the original sketch drawn by Tinker Hatfield.
Featuring a black nubuck upper, the Air Jordan 4 “Off Noir” is way far from being understated. While the signature mesh, eyelets and translucent ankle straps come in white, the NIKE brandings are in bright red. To top it all off, a vibrant blue wraps around the ankle.
The colorful upper sits atop a dark cream midsole which hosts a red air bubble. Overall, you definitely wouldn’t miss these shoes if you see them.
Set to release on August 15 with a $250 USD price tag, the “Off Noir” will sell out fast for sure.
The later revealed “Guava Ice” colorway really takes “colorful” to the next level.
In this iteration, the upper is dressed in summer-ready pastel pink. Signature Air Jordan 4 elements such as the mesh, translucent ankle strap and eyelets are intact and dipped in bright colors. Vibrant blue and pink decorates the entire ankle and heel area, giving a modern look from behind.
Just like its counterpart, the “Guava Ice” comes with a chunky cream sole with exposed red Air bubble. The refreshing clash of bright colors emits summer energy, so it’s certainly doing its job.
Unlike the “Off Noir”, these pink kicks will release via Union exclusively on August 15 priced at $250 USD.
The Union x Nike Air Jordan 4s receive quite polarizing feedback (so same as almost every other release) upon reveal, so let us know whether you’ll cop or drop!
While you’re waiting, take the time to check out our other Air Jordan 4s at kickscrew.com! Our collection is so extensive, you can certainly find what you’re looking for and even more.