Ici câ€™est Paris. Talk about your fellow pat-gh-iot. In case you didnâ€™t get the French bit, itâ€™s the text printed on the insoles of the upcoming Jordan 4 PSG. Traditionally, Paris Saint-Germain boasts blue and red team colors. But for its esteemed collaboration with Air Jordan, itâ€™s coping for a glass of red wine instead. Much like the city of Bordeaux, the tourist magnet and the French spot named after a sophisticated color, this Jordan collaboration speaks and paints bordeaux!
Air Jordan PSG History
This is not the first time Air Jordan collaborates with Paris Saint-Germain. In fact, one of the most coveted pairs on the market is the F&F Jordan 5 collaborative pair that dropped in 2018. Which subtly displays the original team colors. No classy shades there. The sneakerâ€™s a B&W canvas with blue and red details. Still counts as an on-foot cheerleader for midfield seaters only! Add that to the Friends & Family list you got on your nightstand, pal. Because itâ€™s selling for $1,300 on average.Â
The next PSG-inspired Jordan on the resale line is no other than the black Jordan 5 colorway. Which was intended for the public and is currently being sold for $300 on average. Letâ€™s just say that 2018 was the highlight of the collaboratorsâ€™ sports partnership: the scene where football and basketball merged as one.
Jordan 4 PSG Sees Red Differently in 2020
Similarly to the Jordan 4 Metallic Pack that beamed through May, this team-inspired Jordan takes on a crisp white base. With bordeaux making its mark on the finishing touches only. Mainly on the eyelets, midsole, and heel tab. The insole and inner tongue also take on the burgundy shade. Which, logically, is considered to be on the red spectrum. Itâ€™s the blue team color that is not found or even hinted at on this silhouette.
Release Date: 10 October 2020
Retail Price: $225 (AD) $200 (GS)
Style Code: CZ5624-100 (AD) CZ6509-100 (GS)
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