The Air Jordan 4 ‘Green Laser’ is Made of Unobtanium
Laser-etched Air Jordan 4s were first explored back in the mid-2000s, and subsequent releases have always been hard to get. This ‘Green Laser’ edition may be the most difficult to obtain yet, as only 68 pairs officially exist.
The next best thing is this detailed gallery from EnglishSole, who has a particular proclivity for sourcing incredibly rare PEs and samples. It appears these AJ4s were courtesy of the Jordan Sports Marketing Team, and likely gifted to friends and family. Elevated details include some very nice looking leather, waxed laces, ice soles, ‘jewel’ Jumpman, and namesake laser graphics.
Sneakers of this calibre are the white whale for the most hardcore collectors – if you want them, it might be worth getting in touch with EnglishSole for any potential 411.