The pair's design does not change from February's "Photon Dust" colorway, Once again featuring a split-blocked upper that utilizes leather, suede, and textile. Here, though, the palette is delivered in a more militaristic tone, with olive shades serving most of the release. These tones work in harmony with bold blacks at the wings, eyestays, and tongue tags, with semi-translucent rear clips and midsoles sharing the stage with pops of sail, too.
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Enjoy a detailed look at the release below, and expect to both see and learn more about the Air Jordan 4 Craft “Olive” as we edge closer to its release in November.
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