Jordans 2017, One of the most iconic moments in Michael Jordan's career came wearing the Nike Air Jordan 4 "Black Cement" in 1989. That moment was when MJ hit "The Shot" over Craig Ehlo as the Bulls defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers. Some of the notable upcoming releases includes the the "Royal" and "Shadow" Air Jordan 1s, the "Bred" Air Jordan 4 with Nike Air, two brand new "Suede" Air Jordan 5s, the "Bred" Air Jordan 13 with 3M and a few others. Dressed in its original Black, Cement Grey, and Fire Red color scheme. The Air Jordan 4 will feature a remastered Black nubuck upper with Cement Grey detailing and Fire Red accents. Nike Air branding on the heels and insoles will complete the original look.
New Jordans 2016, The Nike Air Jordan 4 "Black Cement" is expected to return once again, this time in 2017. Featuring the Nike Air on the heel, we haven't seen them release in true original forum since 1999. The 2017 Air Jordan 4 Black Cement will feature the classic Black, Cement Grey and Fire Red color combination. Debuting in remastered forum, they feature Black nubuck across the uppers while Cement Grey and Fire Red accents are spread throughout. The highlight of the return is the Nike Air branding which is seen on the heel and insoles. The Jordan 4 model is one of the top models for Jordan classics, especially the Black Cement silhouette. The sneaker is dressed in an all black nubuck finish with grey and red accents. A cement grey is featured on partial half of the midsole moving toward the toe box while white covers the back half of the midsole around the heel. Cement grey makes its way onto the shoe again along the inner lining and also the eyelet locks. Red adds just the flavor to the sneaker as it graces a small portion of the tongue and small portions of the outsole.
New Air Jordan Shoes, A colorway that was initially introduced back in 1989, the silhouette is also correlated with one of MJ's career defining moments, as he hit "The Shot" over Craig Ehlo, defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers, to win the first round of 1989 Eastern Conference Playoffs. Simply staying true to its iconic palette — black, cement grey, and fire red — the sneaker will bear a remastered nubuck upper with the distinctive cement grey detailing and fire red accents throughout. In addition, the classic Nike Air branding will be applied on the heels and insoles to cap off the OG vibe.