Jordan Brand Retro 4 Military Blue

Jordan Brand has clearly made the Retro IV and Retro XII focal points of the first half of 2012. June 9, has been the third adult Retro IV release of the year when the "Military Blue" colorway hits stores. With all the hype this weekend surrounding the release of a certain other shoe, this Jordan release has seemed to slip under the radar. A mostly white upper is aided by military blue accents on the heel, lace tabs, tongue and midsole. Neutral grey is found on the nubuck toe wrap, ankle supports, and outsole. The IV is a classic no matter what colorway it is in but the simplicity of this release with the blue accents makes this one stand out. This will be the first time the Jordan Retro 4 Military Blue will be released since 2006.

A lot of upset sneaker enthusiasts were mad when first images appeared online of the beloved Jordan 4 Military.It was not as big of a hit as many thought it would be. Early sample pics of the shoe revealed Nike Retro Jordan 4 an all white upper with blue trim. It wasn until we saw actual pictures that the grey portion around the toe was introduced. It still a nice colorway, but the sample pics looked much better.They feature a low cut design with streaks of perforations along the side panels, which act as a source of ventilation. What did help these to sell was the fact that they were a general release, so women and children were able to find their sizes too.

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The next big release on the Jordan Brand calendar is the Air Jordan 12 Obsidian, which will be making its first ever return to retail in true mid-cut form. Originally conceived as a colorway for Michael Jordan to wear in the '97 All-Star Game, but passed over for what we now know as the "Playoff" 12, the shoe features a stitched obsidian leather upper with white textured mudguards on each side. French Blue handles the inner lining and pull-tab, while University blue is used for branding embroidery on the tongue and additional details on the heel. Providing the finishing touch below is a white and obsidian rubber outsole.