Joining the Air Jordan 5 Low Chinese New Year and also releasing this Saturday will be this festive colorway of the Jordan Super.Fly 4.
Just like the Air Jordan 5 Low, the Jordan Super.Fly 4 also draws inspiration from the kite. The kite has deep cultural meaning in China representing promises of good luck and well wishes. Originating from the dream to fly, kites developed into technical instruments used to measure distances and test wind speed. This Super.Fly 4 utilizes kite-inspired graphics and corresponding tones all throughout the upper along with contrasting black detailing throughout.
If you’re looking for some colorful kicks to ball in then you can find the Jordan Super.Fly 4 PO Chinese New Year at select retailers beginning on January 23rd for $180.
The Jordan Super.Fly 4 usually sits on shelves with neutral colorways so I imagine that adding a pink graphic and raising the price won’t help its cause. It’s weird to see this silhouette added to the Chinese New Year collection.
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