Air Jordan 4

Air Jordan "Fear Pack" (2) Air Jordan "Fear Pack" (1) Air Jordan "Fear Pack" (3)

The Air Jordan “Fear Pack” has generated a lot of buzz since initially surfacing, and the release date is quickly approaching. Scheduled to officially drop this weekend, the collection consists of the Air Jordan 3, Air Jordan 4, and Air Jordan 5. Each design is highlighted by the insoles, which bear philosophical phrases on the relationship between fear and achievement.

The series will be quite limited, with only the Air Jordan 4 “Fear” releasing in GS sizes (according to sources), as well as being the only one from the pack to debut at Nike.com over in Europe. We’re also hearing that stateside, the Air Jordan 5 “Fear” will be an in-shop release only, leaving a lot of people devastated, as it seems to be the most favored (more or less). You can be sure that we will confirm all of this info as the August 24th release date approaches.

Air Jordan 3 Retro QS
Night Stadium/Total Orange-Black-Neutral Grey
Style# 626967-040
$175

Air Jordan 4 Retro QS
Black/White-Cool Grey-Pure Platinum
Style# 626969-030
$175

Air Jordan 5 Retro QS
Sequoia/Fire Red-Medium Olive-Black
Style# 626971-350
$160


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Once upon a time in 1922, German filmmakers gave the people what to fear in the first vampire movie Nosferatu. Further down the line slasher flicks, the boogie man, and ghosts upped the “fear” ante. But now the brain trust at Jordan examines an intangible type of fear. A fear that can haunt you  in your sleep, as well as while you’re awake. And definitely a fear that can grip you on the court. Jordan brings the fear factor of inadequacy and losing to the forefront. And in order to to do this they’ve created the Air Jordan Fear Pack. And specifically for today’s SneakerFits, the Air Jordan 4 “Fear”.

 If you pay attention to what a lot of trends in music and streetwear are doing you’ve seen that black and white are back. And they’ve come on strong. So we chose to stay with black and white for both looks. You can do color but I’d advise you do it as an accent rather than a main color. Just my opinion; make it easy on yourself. So on the left side you have a white graphic tee up top with some grey jeans at the bottom. This is pretty simplistic but less can definitely be more. For weather’s sake we have a dope wool and leather varsity jacket. For the headgear you have a classic Raiders hat to further the look.

On the right side we went with the raglan/baseball tee. You’ll see them called both. The raglan is so dope because it’s a three quarter length shirt, meaning the sleeves come down to about halfway down the forearm. This is primo for optimum versatility. Down low we kept it smooth with the black slim straight pair jeans. I love slim straight because it’s the best of all worlds. Not too tight, not too skinny. But to each his own. For the hat we kept with the black and white theme. And also for weather we dropped a black hoodie for you guys. Hope fully once you cop these you wont fear posting your fits with the hashtag #sneakerfits. We’ll be watching.

Where To Get The Look:

Left Look: Hat: Oakland Raiders NFL Snapback Cap by Mitchell and Ness, Shirt: Laced Bubble Logo T-Shirt by Alife, Jeans:  514 Straight, Pewter Twill by Levi’s Jeans, Jacket: Black Kenickie Teddy Jacket by A.P.C.

Right Look: Hat: Los Angeles Kings Two-Tone Snapback by Mitchell And Ness, Raglan: The New Breed 3/4 Sleeve Tee in Black by Rook, Jeans: 514™ Straight Fit Jeans by Levi’s , Hoodie: Black Yankee Hoodie by SSUR

Sneakers: Air Jordan 4 “Fear” (releasing 8/24)


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