A Cop or Flop? -The Air Jordan 4 Reverse Toro Bravo

Concept art on the Air Jordan 4 is just getting started as popularity for this silhouette picks up the pace. We’ve already seen various new Air Jordan 4 colorways and just when you think you’ve seen them all, concept artists surprise you with yet another polarizing new design. The previous colorways usually featured very bold color tones, usually in a dual color-schemed package but this multi-colored Air Jordan 4 mixes things up and provides for an all-new look. Presenting, the Air Jordan 4 Reverse Toro Bravo. 

In recent months, artists provided fans with various new concepts, notably the extremely attractive Air Jordan 4 Midnight Grey that wears dark grey hues with black hits for a stealthy yet bold look. They also released the Air Jordan 4 Ocean Blue that yet again featured an entirely new design, the likes of which we have never seen before. This time, however, concept artists have likely used another previous colorway for inspiration but flipped the color tones completely and we believe that the colorway might be the Air Jordan 4 Retro Toro Bravo.  

The Air Jordan 4 Reverse Toro Bravo features a black, grey, and red leather upper with hints of black mesh. Vibrant ‘Fire Red’ covers the scuff guards while dark ‘Cement Grey’ appears on the toe boxes, across the lower side panels, and the heel overlays. Above the toe boxes, you’ll find jet-black mesh throats that are enveloped in traditional black laces that go through metallic grey eyelet panels and crisp white leather eye stays for a stark contrast. Moving up, you’ll find matching leather tongues with black tags and contrasting ‘Fire Red’ Jump-Man logos. These tongues include grey trims while the sock liners indulge in a black shade that matches the interiors. 

Although we only have a front quarter view of the sneakers, the heel tabs appear to feature a black piece likely with either Fire Red or white branding. The sneaker’s side panels also complement the throats and the other black pieces with jet-black netted mesh panels that sit right in between the white collars and the grey side panels. Midsoles don a bright red hue with black pieces while crisp white outsoles finish off the design. The original Toro Bravo features a predominantly red upper with grey eyelet panels and clean white midsoles but we’ll let you decide which one’s superior. For more concepts, stay tuned!