The Air Jordan 4 Flyknit releases in four colorways this weekend and we have a review.
Skipping over the Air Jordan 2, Jordan Brand has moved its Flyknit renditions of classic Air Jordan models to the Air Jordan 4.
The Air Jordan 1 Flyknit was fairly well received. The Air Jordan 3 Flyknit was so limited that we didn’t get a chance to see if people wanted them or not. However, the Air Jordan 4 Flyknit is on its way and in multiple colorways right from the jump.
I wish there were more colorway options than just the bright tonal versions as I like the way they feel on-foot. Comfort under-foot is much better than any of the Air Jordan 4 Retro releases while the build is full Flyknit. Even if classic colorways was off the table, I’d have loved to have seen something that looked more like an Air Jordan 4 rather than a solid color.
Retailing at $220, the Air Jordan 4 Flyknit may not be a hit at retail, but if you were interested in grabbing a pair they’ll be available at most Jordan Brand retailers including Phenom Global.