The Jordan release date 2016 of a number of Air Jordan 4 colorways is scheduled to take place next year and one of them is the Air Jordan 4 “Dunk From Above” from the collection of the same name. The theme of the collection this Air Jordan 4 iteration belongs to, as its name suggests, is Michael Jordan’s famed ability to take flight and perform unbelievable dunks, often even shattering the backboard. Thus, the Air Jordan 4 “Dunk From Above” is a tribute to all those occasions on which Michael Jordan made some very impressive dunks.
During the late 1980s era, Tinker Hatfield was already flourishing with his designs and he once again impressed Jordanheads when the original Air Jordan 4 was first unveiled by Jordan Brand. It was back in 1989 when Jordan Brand had released the Air Jordan 4 and it was not long before the model was under the spotlight, appearing numerous commercials. The sneaker was even featured in “Do the Right Thing,” the film by Spike Lee. Tinker had used mesh and nubuck materials to construct the sneaker, while he connected a hard plastic lace holder to a triangular plastic piece. OG Air Jordan colorways remain coveted till today and retro versions have been frequently released.
The Air Jordan 4 “Dunk From Above” may not be a retro but it is undoubtedly a dope sneaker. According to rumors and speculations, apparently the Second World War fighter jet plane is the source of inspiration behind this sneaker, which is a suitable representation of MJ’s dunking abilities. All these latest photos offer a more detailed and much better look at this premium sneaker, which as can be seen featured a Midnight Navy-colored upper with Golden Yellow accents throughout. The Gum Sole adds a classic finishing touch to the sneaker. As mentioned, the Jordan release 2016 of the Air Jordan 4 “Dunk From Above” is slated to take place earlier than other upcoming colorways on March 19th.
Air Jordan 4 Retro Dunk From Above
Midnight Navy/Varsity Maize-White-Metallic Gold
Release Date: March 19th, 2016
308497-425 | $190