The two NBA teams that people have associated this upcoming Air Jordan IV Retro with may both not be in action by the time the shoe releases. The Cleveland Cavaliers, who inspired the colorway of the “Cavs” IV through a playoff series-winning shot that Michael Jordan put up against them in 1989 for which he made an unforgettable fist-pump afterwards, are already out of playoff contention for the second season in a row. The New York Knicks, who people first thought the “Cavs” IV’s colorway came from, might be eliminated from playoff contention, as they will likely play either the Chicago Bulls, the team who currently has the best record in the NBA, or the Miami Heat, last season’s Eastern Conference Champions, in the first round. Nonetheless, you will be able to get your hands on this sick Air Jordan IV when in releases as a quickstrike on May 12th (Picture via nikeyager on eBay).
April 19, 2012
In continuation of the year-long celebration of the Air Force 1′s 30th anniversary, Nike is set to drop the super-lux “Camo” Air Force 1 Low. This version of the classic silhouette has a green-based camouflage pattern all along a VacTech upper. A premium leather liner and visible Team Orange Max Air unit make the $200 price tag on this AF1 much more bearable. Check for this beauty of an Uptown at select Nike Sportswear retailers, like Kith, tomorrow, April 20.