Pass or crash? -The Air Jordan 4 Teal Wolf 

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The Jordan 4 is perhaps the only shoe that has the most potential for customizability as they have paneling that allows for a myriad of color combinations. The mesh with the combination of leather just allows for a lot to happen here and that couldn’t be better at any other time than today when concept art is popular and widespread. Artists are able to pull together a wide range of concepts, from strange to legendary and many in between. This time, they have dropped yet another colorway that we’re not quite sure what to think of. Presenting, the Air Jordan 4 Teal Wolf. 

There are several Air Jordan 4 colorways now on the market, and more are expected soon. The A Ma Manière Air Jordan 4 is a recent release that fans have been eagerly awaiting. It was released in November and is a very successful sneaker. The anticipation around this silhouette was further aided by other classic colors, including the Jordan 4 UNC and Thunder Red, which regularly sell out and resell for exorbitant prices. In 2023, Jordan Brand has a very busy year ahead for the Air Jordan 4 with multiple releases, including the yellow OG Thunder colorway that will soon make its highly anticipated return. 

Coming to the design of this peculiar new concept, uppers are seemingly constructed with leather and mesh but with a Wolf Grey backdrop and bright teal hits. Grey tumbled leather appears on the toes and the toe boxes that extend onto the side panels and over the rears. Above the toe boxes are bright teal netted mesh panels with a grey background. These panels provide sharp contrast and are definitely a polarizing addition. The eye stays are also grey leather while 4 metallic grey eyelet panels cover all 4 corners of the eye stays. 

Black traditional laces wrap up the throats while leading up to a pair of grey tumbled leather tongues with black borders, black tags, and teal Jump-Man branding. The sock liners are also bright teal, leading down to teal interiors and perhaps black inserts with teal hits if we use our imagination. We do not have an angle on the rear but they seem to feature grey pieces with embossed branding. Side panels feature additional teal netting that is overlain by grey leather triangular pieces. Teal midsoles and Wolf Grey outsoles finish off the design. For more concept art such as this, stay tuned!