Taupe Haze DB0732-200 Air Jordan 4s to release on February 27th

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Taupe Haze DB0732-200 Air Jordan 4s to release on February 27th

The DB0732-200 Air Jordan 4 Taupe Haze has a slightly cracked construction with a Tear Away effect: a new colour will be revealed with the passing of time. Touches of black blend with the dominance of grey and contrast with the white of midsole. Additional details includes Black covering the plastic wing flaps, liner, laces, and outsole atop a Sail midsole with pops of Infrared at the tongue and outsole detail completes the design. The Jumpman logo can be found on the tongue and the outsole!
ICYMI, this Air Jordan 4 leans very heavily on the earthy tones and gritty textures championed on similarly-coloured Jordans worn and/or collaborated on by one Travis Scott, who has seemingly become a bit of a style icon in certain corners of the sneaker world. The classic basketball construction of the Air Jordan 4 emerges with a neutral look on the Air Jordan 4 Retro 'Taupe Haze.' Built with a textured suede base, the shoe's upper appears in Taupe Haze, overlaid by cracked leather on the collar, tongue and mudguard. To start off, the upper is primarily hued with a duo of neutral tones. Its titular hue purloins most of the attention here by wrapping the buttery suede mudguards, cracked leather paneling that make up the toe tip overlays, mid-foot and collars, as well as the traditional netting. The tongue branding and tongue lining highlight the look in Infrared 23, while underfoot, a two-tone midsole houses visible Air in the heel for cushioning, giving way to a rubber outsole for traction.
Jordan Release 2020, Undercover revealed their Fall/Winter 2021 collection during Paris Fashion Week, which included two Nike Dunk High collaborations. One pair comes dressed in White and the other sports a Black makeup. Both feature speckled midsoles and are highlighted with text branding that includes, "CHAOS" on the left foot while the right is adorned with "GLEICHGEWICHT," which means "BALANCE" in German. Other details include "NEUES" and "NEUER," translates to "NEW" and "NEW" marked on the collar.

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