Paris Saint-Germain F.C. and Nike Shoes reunite this season for the PSG x Air Jordan 4 White Neutral Grey Bordeaux! Marking the first time the legendary football club has worked on this particular Air Jordan brand silhouette, sneakerheads everywhere are beyond hyped for this drop – and we’re not at all surprised. The new colorway of the Air Jordan 4 flaunts a color scheme of White, Neutral Grey, Black, and Bordeaux — with the majority draped in White. Bordeaux accents and black detailing throughout comprise its aesthetic while finishing touches consist of the “PANAME” text label on the lateral forefoot and the “PSG” badge on its heels.
2020 Jordans, Bearing a striking resemblance to the “Fire Red” which was originally worn by Michael Jordan himself back in 1989, the PSG AJ4 boasts a clean white leather and grey colorway while bold Bordeaux accents make their way throughout for the perfect amount of contrast. Interesting additions include the use of a lightly-sueded neutral toe cap, a forefoot tag displaying “PANAME” — the surname for the City of Love —and a giant co-branded rubber heel stamp in the rear. While it’s safe to say that this Air Jordan brand silhouette is as clean as it gets, what is interesting is that this strays away from the soccer club’s usual black, blue, and red color scheme in favour of something a lot more pared back.
Buy The Sneaker, The Nike Air Ship was the real “Banned” Jordans that Michael Jordan wore during the Chicago Bulls rookie training camp in 1984 that the NBA’s memo referenced and prohibited. In 1985, Nike debuted the Air Jordan 1 in the iconic Black/Red “Banned” color blocking. This latest offering of the Nike SB Dunk Low features a combination of light and dark Blue denim covering its entire upper paired with White stitching. Black laces atop a White midsole and Gum rubber outsole completes the design.

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