Why the AJ4 Thunder is One of the Most Coveted Air Jordans Ever.

The 2006 Release

This iconic shoe is making a comeback after 17 years, and you don’t want to miss it. In this blog post, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the Air Jordan 4 Thunder, from its history to its features to how to get your hands on a pair.

The AJ4 Thunder was first released in 2006 as part of a limited-edition package that included a matching jacket. Nike decided to make this an online-only drop, which at the time was unusual. The inspiration behind the Thunder Pack was Michael Jordan’s motorcycle racing team. The shoe also featured premium materials, such as nubuck leather and mesh, and eye-catching details, such as a bold Jumpman logo on the tongue and the famous “wings” that let you customize your lace setup.

The AJ4 Thunder was highly sought-after by sneakerheads, who loved its striking design and rarity. It quickly sold out and became a collector’s item. Since then, the shoe has only been re-released once, in 2012, with minor changes to the materials and colors. Now, in 2023, the AJ4 Thunder is back again, true to its original form.

The 2023 Release

The shoe has the same nubuck leather and mesh upper, the same Tour Yellow accents, and the same Jumpman logo and “wings” as the 2006 version. As with all AJ4s, the shoe has a cushioned midsole and a rubber outsole for comfort and traction as well as a visible air unit. Dropping in a full-size range for men, women, and kids, with a retail price of 209,99€.

Style Code: DH6927-017

If you want to cop a pair, the Air Jordan 4 Thunder will be available on Nike.com on May 13th. You’ll have to be fast though as this is one of the most anticipated releases of the year. The AJ4 Thunder is a must-have for any sneaker lover, as it pays tribute to one of the greatest basketball players of all time and his passion for racing.

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