Is it Valentine’s Day already or have concept artists treated us with an early peek of what they may have in store for us come February? The Jordan 4 remains a classic silhouette and perhaps the most popular Air Jordan that artists have adopted as their canvas of choice. After covering a plethora of different versions, we believe that this new Air Jordan 4 is what Nike’s 2019 Valentine’s Day colorway should have been. Would it be naive to believe that maybe one day Nike will take notes and create something as masterful as these concepts? Presenting, the Air Jordan 4 Cyber Pink!
The Air Jordan 4 isn’t particularly a sneaker that Nike experiments on as they do on the Air Max 90, Air Jordan 1, and the Air Force 1. This silhouette usually comes in retro or OG colorways that are mostly inspired by the Chicago Bulls or other Air Jordan colorways. Over the years, that trend has slightly been changed as we continue to see more experimentations on the Air Jordan 4, much like they do on MJ’s first signature sneakers. This may have something to do with the pivotal rise in popularity of the Air Jordan 4 as it’s selling out and reselling for higher than it has been these past few years.
This brand-new concept also shows us that there are many potentially hit colorways left for Jordan Brand to implement. The Air Jordan 4 Cyber Pink, as the moniker suggests, features a bright pink hue all over the upper with darker crimson underlays. Cyber Pink leather appears on the toes and the mudguards that extend all the way to the heels of the sneakers. Toes also indulge in this fine pink hue and converge into netted crimson throats that appear to be constructed out of a mesh material. Throats are covered by darker Cyber Pink traditional laces and attached to four metallic pink eyelet panels. Leading up, you’ll find large tongues with matching Jump-Man branding and crimson collar lining that matches the interiors of the sneaker along with the heel tabs that wear similar color tones as well.
The side panels feature crimson mesh that complements the throats and are overlain by leather triangular pieces, attaching the medial leather to the eyelet panels. Dark purple midsoles and vibrant titular outsoles finish off this concept’s design. If you’re interested in copping a pair, check out the flamboyant Air Jordan 4 Valentine’s Day (2019) which features similar hues. The only differences perhaps being the white midsoles and the “True Berry” color tone all over the upper. For more concept art, stick around!