Air Jordan 4 – Military Blue

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 23 years since the original release of the Air Jordan 4, and the shoe is quite possibly more popular than ever in 2012. Thankfully the 4’s happen to be dropping in a handful of colorways this year highlighted by the “Military Blue” release, stirring up much excitement in the sneaker world. With an official release date of June 9th, 2012, and seeing that we haven’t seen these since 2006 expect some long lines at your favorite retailers.

Air Jordan 4 “Military”

Gilbert Arenas defending CP3 with the Air Jordan “Military 4”

– @Fredo_Provides


Air Jordan 4 “Cement Cake”

Air Jordan 4 "Cement" Cake

Personally inspired cakes have become extremely popular over the years and sneaker enthusiasts across the nation have made it clear that Jordans and various Nike’s are to be the focal centerpiece for that self proclaimed #oot night of the year. @deej_jacavone (my brother from another mother) happens to live 7 blocks down from the “Cake Boss” in Hoboken, New Jersey and if your familar with the show, they drop some of the phattest cakes ever made. So come June D, keep in mind a Lebron “Miami Night” custom cake for you boys down @ootlyfe.

Anyways check out below the latest sneaker cake to roll under our noses, coming to us from the fellas over at hat club. The first thing you should notice is that the cake is modeled after the original Nike Air version and not the 2012 Retro as it features the Nike branding on the heel, but regardless of what year the shoe released, the White/Cement is an undeniable classic and should go down as one of the best Retro releases in recent memory. 

Air Jordan 4 "Cement" Cake

Air Jordan 4 “Cement Cake”

Air Jordan 4 "Cement" Cake

– @Fredo_Provides

Air Jordan 4 “White Cement” – A Closer Look

Having only seen the retro treatment once in 1999, this year the AJ IV marks it’s return to sneakerheads everywhere. Set to drop in stores Feb 18, 2012 the white/cement colorway makes it’s long triumphant return and will be one of the hottest pair of kicks to be issued throughout retail stores in 2012. Priced at $160 the model should at least bring back the Nike Swoosh the OG’s sport on the back of the heel. I’m not going to lie that’s almost a deal breaker for me as it was for the 3’s; shit get’s me so stick but I get that Jordan been his own brand now (seperate from nike) since like forever. Regardless I ended up coppin all the dopest 3’s last year despite the jumpman on the heel so I’m 100% adding these on the assembly. This is a must have even if you don’t f*ck with Air Jordan! Take a closer look at the pics and let me know how you feel about that jumpman on the heel. NEED that Nike Swoosh gotdamnnn! Thats how I feel at least…#ootlyfe


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