While the Air Jordan 4 first released in 1989, Jordan Brand began experimenting with reissues in non-original colourways throughout the mid-2000s. Of these, we’re about to see a return of the ‘Cool Grey’ edition that first appeared back in 2004.
Almost monochromatic in finish, the upper is dipped in grey save for the plastic variable-width eyelets and tongue logo, which has a splash of yellow. The yellow is subtly matched to accents on the outsole and behind the tongue. Just for a splash of bling, the heel tab Jumpman logo has a chrome-effect finish, like the 2004 original. A white and black midsole completes the package.
Anticipation is rising rapidly ahead of its confirmed August 1 release.