The Air Jordan 4 has had a big year and it's done so in new colorways. While the likes of the "Toro Bravo", "Fear" and "Green Glow" colorways have captivated wearers, non-OG makeups were not nearly as well received when they were first introduced back around the turn of the millennium. The Air Jordan 4 "Tour Yellow" falls right in the middle of now and then, seeing popularity that also plays the middle ground. Launched in limited fashion, these were hard to get and in many ways forgot about. This model shows shows shades of the OG "Cement" colorway, sporting a speckled midsole, white leather base and grey accents. Conversely, the color palette is much like the "Thunder" and "Lightning" editions. We can't predict when these will re-release, but we can ask that they do. Bring 'em back!
Yesterday, Big Sean saw his second sneaker release from adidas. Just a decade ago, another Shawn saw his name all over SoundScans and sneaker boxes. The Reebok S. Carter kept it casual and classy during the dominant period of Timbs and AF1s, offering a new signature star during pro basketball’s bust in button-down friendly fashion. While the Gucci genealogy was apparent, this shoe still serves as somewhat of a standout in the artist-endorsed shoe realm. It’s classic inspiration makes it more timeless than most, while its spokesman’s longevity adds to such appeal. As Reebok Classics continues to increase its share in both the hip-hop culture and the retro market, is the Reebok S. Carter an encore? What are you waiting for Reebok, bring ‘em back!