The latest piece of art composed from a pair of sneakers is this Air Jordan 4 “Toro Bravo” Gas Mask by Freehand Profit. Utilizing the all-red AJ 4s that made
Air Jordan 4 Toro Bravo
The “Toro Bravo” color scheme from the popular Air Jordan 5 has made its way onto an earlier model. The Air Jordan 4 “Toro Bravo” features fire red synthetic suede on the upper. A white midsole provides a stark contrast, while black and cement grey accents keep in line with the Chicago Bull-theme. Nice Kicks gives fans a detailed view of the brand new colorway in the latest Unboxing installment. The Air Jordan 4 Toro Bravo will release on Saturday, July 12 at select Jordan Brand retailers, including Nice Kicks, for $160. Are these on your list to cop this weekend?
The Air Jordan 4 “Toro Bravo” is an all-new colorway for a Jordan Brand favorite. Fire red synthetic suede sets the foundation for an astounding makeup. Black on the major accents off site the crisp white midsole, before a grey outsole brings everything together. The Air Jordan 4 Toro Bravo is the first colorway to grace the model since the Air Jordan 4 “Cavs” in 2012. Releasing tomorrow for $160, is the latest Jordan 4 a Cop or Drop for you? Let us know why in the comment section.
Black and red is a staple color combination in Jordan Brand’s realm. Some of Jordan’s most beloved creations don the ever-so-popular color scheme, but what about the inverse union of these colors? Over the years, the all-red (or mostly red) colorway has proven to be a favorite amongst Jordan enthusiasts. Remember the “Toro Bravo” 5s? What about the Air Jordan 14 ‘Velour’ Sample?
With the release of the “Toro Bravo” 4 two days away, we take a look at Jordan Brand’s all-red releases so far in chronological order.
Retro Jordans seem to release just about every weekend, but the Air Jordan 4 “Toro Bravo” has caught the eye of many thanks to its bold styling. Sporting an all-red upper, soft grey accents and black detailing, the color palette proves loud yet familiar. In this edition of Sneaker Anatomy, we take a look at the composition of the Air Jordan 4 Toro Bravo.
Last week on Nice Kicks Presents: The Shoe Horn, we discussed the Nike KD VI NSW, which led to this week’s topic of the changes in the climate of the sneaker world. All-over patterns have become the norm, and new colorways on old classics have received better traction. We also touch on the explosion of custom kicks in the third episode of The Shoe Horn, and whether they are here to stay or a fleeting trend. Also, we converse about the impact of celebrity endorsements.
The Air Jordan 4 “Toro Bravo” is one of the more anticipated Jordan Brand releases this year. It is also a relative rarity that a retro model is widely popular in an all-new colorway. Dressed in Chicago Bulls themed colors, the “Toro Bravo” Jordan 4 cloaks the upper with red nubuck. A black underlay, laces, and accents balance the vivid red color. Black also covers the heel decal and midsole. Cement grey covers the inner lining, tongue branding, and upper and lower lace eyelets on the upper. The same color also paints the outsole that rests under a contrasting white midsole. The Air Jordan 4 Toro Bravo will hit retailers on Saturday, July 13 for $160. Are these on your list to cop?
The Air Jordan 4 “Toro Bravo” has been one of the most talked about retros of 2013. Seen on the feet of Jordan Brand athletes and Celebrity Sneaker Stalker regulars for months now, this colorway is almost here. Set to a smooth red finish with grey and black accents, the “Toro Bravo” 4s resemble the popular all-red Air Jordan 5 from the pack of the same name. Look for the Air Jordan 4 Toro Bravo to release at select Jordan Brand accounts on July 13th for $160. Is this retro on your radar? Let us know in the comment section.