Air Jordan 4 PSG “Paris Saint-Germain” Pushed Back!
After a limited preview early last month, the Air Jordan 4 PSG Paris Saint Germain has just revealed itself in further detail. But rather than opting for the FC’s traditional red, white and blue stripe seen throughout their previous capsules, the two have opted for a very-Parisian “Bordeaux” approach in a palette that matches the football clubs impending Jordan-branded third kit. It arrives blocked similar to the famed “Fire Red” with white leather uppers, black textiles beneath the midfoot caging, and black wings, with some accentuations, flipped, and switched, with red-toned down to the more cooling maroon, and the overall appearance arriving in a mark darker aesthetic. Interesting additions include the use of a lightly-sueded neutral toe cap, a forefoot tag displaying “PANAME” — the surname for the City of Love —and a giant co-branded rubber heel stamp in the rear.
At this stage, a release date is earmarked for September, but with COVID-19 delays still rafting releases deep into 2020, this may change. Grab a first look at the pair here below, and be sure to follow us on Twitter for further updates.
Update 09.13.20 // Detailed looks at the PSG Air Jordan 4 “Paris Saint-Germain” have arrived in men’s sizing, courtesy of Foot Patrol. Continue on below for a more detailed look at the pair, and keep your eyes locked on our official Twitter account for further developments.
Update 09.17.20 // A release date for the Air Jordan 4 “PSG” has been revised — again — for October 10th.
Wanna know what other Jordan Retros are on the way next year? Catch our full-rundown of Jordan Releases for 2020 right here.
Air Jordan 4 “PSG”
Style Code: CZ5624-100
Color: White/Neutral Grey/Black/Bordeaux
Release Date: October 1st, 2020
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Update 08.16.20 // In-hand looks at the PSG Air Jordan 4 “Paris Saint-Germain” have arrived in men’s sizing, courtesy of @upcycle.sneaks. Continue on below for a more detailed look at the pair, and keep your eyes locked on our official Twitter account for further developments.