The Air Jordan 4 "Manila" is the most limited edition Air Jordan Shoes 2020 of the year. No one in December can be said to be a heavy month for the sale of sneakers, and the blessing of Thanksgiving and Christmas has made Nike's sales plan even more restless. To celebrate the opening of the first Jordan flagship store in Southeast Asia in Manila, the Philippines, Jordan Brand will soon launch the Air Jordan 4 "Manila" special edition. The ultra-rare volume has also attracted the attention of many people.
Judging from many spy photos, the entire pair of shoes is based on Air Jordan 4, and the main color is green, which represents life in Manila. At the same time, in addition to the common suede, detail materials such as imitation ostrich leather and imitation mink also greatly highlight the texture of this shoe. Each pair has its own unique gold-coded embroidery, which makes this AJ4 one of the collections.
With the opening of the last month of 2020, there will be a lot of heavyweight sneakers worth paying attention to on sale this month. Jordan Brand will release Manila-limited AJ4s on December 3. These AJ4s will only be sold in a limited number of 150 pairs at Jordan Manila stores. The body of the shoe is mainly composed of green suede and pearl fish skin. The toe of the two soles are red and blue mandarin ducks. The tongue shows the ostrich pattern. The gold embroidered jumpman logo on the heel is very luxurious. 150 pairs of limited bonus, have already booked the identity of the sky-high price of this pair of shoes. The shoes are made of luxurious materials, and are marked with "Manila" on the tag and body to show their speciality. The luxurious materials and high specifications of the entire pair of shoes are definitely worthy of one of the top colors this year.
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