Top 5 Air Jordan 4 Sneakers

The Air Jordan 4 is undoubtedly one of the most important sneakers in history. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the same man who created the Air Jordan 3, is one of Michael Jordan’s most popular sneakers from the Jordan line. When the shoe was first unveiled back in 1990, it was worn in and out of court. Getting inspiration in the Air Jordan 3, the Jordan 4 silhouette was a big hit with the tech community from day one.

For nearly 30 years, the Nike Air Jordan 4 remains one of the best-selling shoes. It’s easy to see why Jordan 4 holds its own in the industry with weekly sneakers. The design is as different now as it was back then, evidence of Hatfield’s ingenuity. The shoe has seen countless interactions with the colors, some of the most legendary shoes in the sneaker community being the Jordan 4s.

Here are the top 5 ‘Air Jordan 4’ sneakers.

Air Jordan 4 Royalty

Air Jordan 4 Royalty.
Air Jordan 4 Royalty
Currently known as the Air Jordan 4 Royalty, this clean iteration of the model boasts a Black and Gold colorway. What makes this pair stand out from the other Black suede Jordan 4s is the Metallic Gold hits noted on the eyelets and Jumpman branding on the tongue and heel.

Eminem X Carhartt Air Jordan 4

Eminem X Carhartt Air Jordan 4

Eminem’s partnerships with Nike and Jordan Brand are considered among the holiest of grails. This version of the Air Jordan 4, which features a black/chrome/white colorway, is said to be a tribute to the 15th Anniversary of the Marshall Mathare LP, which debuted to immence fanfare back in 2000.

Air Jordan 4 Lighting


The AIr Jordan 4 Lighting originally dropped back in 2006 and comes dressed in a Yellow nubuck upper accented by the Gray detailing and Black hits found both on the upper and sole. 

White is found on midsole ad Jumpman branding on the tongue, while  a Grey Jumpman is spotted on the heel.

Air Jordan 4 Laser

Air Jordan 4 Laser

This special edition colorway that helps celebrate Jordan’s 30th anniversary features a premium white bases adorned with laser engraying in metallic silver, chrome accentc hit the unique ‘Flight’ tongue patch and midsole to contrast an icy bottom.

Air Jordan 4 Bred

Air Jordan 4 Bred

The combination of black and red has always been a favorite and seen on uncounted number of sneakers. Black consumes majority of the sneaker as red accentuates the rest of the body. White is also present on the sneaker to balance out the two primary colors. 

 The original release was in 1989 and in 2012.



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