Back in December 2015, Jordanheads likely got a good look at the pony hair-featuring Air Jordan 4 Pinnacle iteration, which is expected to hit the shelves this year. Around that time, reports were also hinting towards the Jordan release of more Air Jordan 4 Pinnacle colorways. In fact, even a photo had surfaced of a new Air Jordan 4 Pinnacle rendition with an upper that appears to be made up of faux croc leather or snakeskin leather. Even though no traces of pony hair could be spotted on this particular version, it is apparently indeed a Pinnacle release.
Jordanheads are probably aware of the numerous Air Jordan 4 colorways that have been unveiled and are slated to arrive at retailers over the course of this year. Just recently, @depeche23mode shared a photo on their Instagram of their personal Air Jordan 4 “Laser” pair. This is one particular Air Jordan 4 rendition that will not be up for grabs anytime soon since it was originally crafted for Carmelo Anthony as homage to his participation in the 2008 U.S. Olympic, where he represented the United States basketball team. Fortunately, the nearly all-White Air Jordan 4 Pinnacle edition from last year will indeed make its way to retailers eventually and the colorway even has an official nickname, “Snakeskin.”
As can be seen in the new photos of the sneaker that have popped up, the Air Jordan 4 PRM “Snakeskin” sports an upper that mostly comprises of faux croc or snakeskin leather. The mudguard and tongue of this sneaker are made up of tumbled leather, both of which are covered in a Light Bone hue. The premium aesthetic of this sneaker is further enhanced by its tonal leather lining, while copper metal has been used for eyelets and heel. An all-White sole unit blends in with the upper and adds the finishing touch.
So far, barely any information has been revealed about the Jordan release 2016 of the Air Jordan 4 PRM “Snakeskin.” While there is no way of knowing when this sneaker will be available, it might just retail at a price of $400 like the Air Jordan 1 Pinnacle sneakers from last year.