Following the footsteps of a fantastic 2020 in terms of Nike Air Jordan 4 releases, it seems as though the highly popular sneaker brand has no intentions of slowing down any time soon. The start of 2021 has been a blessing for the Nike Air Jordan 4 silhouette, with many thanking the sneaker gods for such highly celebrated colourways such as the ‘Taupe Haze’, ‘University Blue’, ‘White Oreo’ and most recently the Nike Air Jordan 4 ‘Lightning’ – a retro shoe that sneakerheads have been waiting for over 15 years.
Alongside these general releases, we have seen a resurgence of Nike Air Jordan 4 custom mock-ups hit the timeline on social media. It’s true to say that the silhouette is back on trend and in full effect. As is the case with the Nike Air Jordan 1, the Air Jordan 4 is one which we could never get tired of seeing. Next up, we see an all-new women’s exclusive mock-up from Sneakerz– Introducing the Nike Air Jordan 4 ‘Dark Bloom’.
As far as women’s exclusives go, this one has to be up there amongst the rest of the sneaker grails which many only dream of getting their hands on. I mean, do we really need to discuss the impact of the women’s exclusive Off White x Nike Air Jordan 4 ‘Sail’ – The shoe rocked the sneaker world and showed everyone that sneaker designers are not afraid to limit special releases to gender specific sizing.
This Nike Air Jordan 4 ‘Dark Bloom’ arrives in a predominantly two-tone detailing, jet-black and piercing baby pink colorway. Seriously eye-catching by any means, the upper consists of leather panels that contrast against one another with color blocking which is yet to be seen on a general release Nike Air Jordan 4. Baby pink hue’s feature on the laces, side mesh caging, tongue tab and side panels. Whilst the jet black features make up the toe box panels, heel tab and jumpman logo. In true Nike Air Jordan 4 traditions, the metal lace tabs are showcased using metallic chrome, this time infused with baby pink. As we move our attention down to the midsole, the shoe continues the two-tone theme. The mock up shows off a bright pink midsole whilst the outsole once again is featured using jet black.
Like the Dark Bloom? Well keep our eyes peeled as we suspect further Air Jordan 4 mock-ups to be arriving very soon!