Following up on a hugely popular reworking of the iconic Air Jordan 1 in 2018, famed streetwear store Union and Jordan Brand are back with another collab sneaker. This time it’s the Air Jordan 4 that undergoes a reimagining, and the result is the pastel-soaked Union x Nike Air Jordan 4 “Guava” which releases this weekend.
The “Guava” dresses the classic silhouette, which debuted in 1989, with washed-out pink suede overlays across the upper, mixing them up with mesh and translucent detailing. A foldable tongue gives you the opportunity to switch the shoe’s look, while a yellowed midsole gives the colorway a retro feel, continuing the vintage aesthetic the pair opted for with 2018’s AJ1.
If the demand for that sneaker is anything to go by, the “Guava” and accompanying “Off Noir” AJ4 colorways are likely to disappear at speed when they drop this Saturday, 28 September. The “Guava” edition is available exclusively via Union’s online store, but you can cop it ahead of that date, wherever you are in the world, at StockX now.
StockX market data matches hype expectations, with the Union x Nike Air Jordan 4 “Guava” currently selling for an average of $1,200. It’s 52-week high price reached a wild $1,700.
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