Nike has not quite run parallel with the Edit To Amplify campaign. The brand has brought back tons of questionable sneakers, the latest being the Nike Air Penny in several colorways. That shoe never took off ever since it was introduced, and I wonder it even made a comeback. As much as Nike can be criticized for its lack of creativity at times, the brand finds a way to continue to keep sneaker lovers on their toes. The first time I saw the Air Jordan 4 Neon, I immediately gave it the thumbs up. The colorway was inspired by the Air Max 95 Neon, and completely embodies every aspect of it. It features different shades of grey with neon green highlights in keeping with the AM 95 and is built with premium suede leather, there is nothing not to like about it.
I definitely think that the sneaker will not sit on retailers’ shelves. It is certainly going to be available in massive numbers and probably won’t have a strong secondary market value. Here are some images I came across courtesy of Sneakernews
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