In late 2018, Jordan Brand celebrated the Air Jordan 4‘s 30th anniversary with a “Black Laser” colorway, but joining that was a friend & family-exclusive “Green Laser” version.
One of the limited-to-68 AJ4 “Green Laser” pairs now belongs to the prolific rare sneaker collector English Sole, who has now given us a full look at the seldom-seen sneaker. These were initially given the Jordan Brand’s marketing team and a select number of Jordan Brand athletes, and never released to the public.
The sneaker features a satin green upper that’s been etched with an all-over laser design, covering the surface in a randomized pattern. Contrasting this is a variety of black components adorning the upper, such as mesh panels on the vamp and mid-panel, the AJ4’s signature eyestay piece, and its extended mid-sole bumper.
Rounding out the sneaker is a white midsole that’s paired to an icy outsole, as well as red Jumpman branding on the tongue and heel. Take a closer look at English Sole’s images of the Air Jordan 4 “Laser Green” above.
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