Air Jordan 4 Fusion AJF4 Air Force One


Featured in one the most classic Air Jordan colorways, the Air Jordan 4 Fusion is the love child between the fan favorite Air Jordan 4 “Black Cement” and the timeless Air Force One. The design of this hybrid sneaker could have went many different ways. With the Air Jordan 4 mesh panel, or the giant Swoosh of the AF1. Here’s how the design team over at Jordan Brand thought to produce them best.

The Air Jordan 4 “Fusion” has a black nubuck upper with a cement gray mesh panel. The toe box models after the Air Force One, as well as the midsole. The midsole is cement gray with red stitching and also features a visible Air unit originally seen on the AJ 4. The tongue is black featuring the Jumpman “Flight” patch stitched on. The lining of the sneaker is white, while the lining of the tongue is red; which makes for a sick contrast of colors. The outsole is cement gray with red tips on the toes and heels.

Overall, the Air Jordan 4 “Fusion” is pretty creative sneaker. However, they won’t gain the popularity of the AJ 4 or the Air Force One. Why? Because sneakerheads are picky about what type of Air Jordan sneakers they put on their feet. The person who loves the “Black Cement” 4 may not take a liking to the “Fusion” 4 because of the midsole difference. The same goes with the sneakerhead who loves Air Forces over Air Jordans.

However, the Air Jordan 4 “Fusion” is a designer’s classic sneaker coming from the mold of the popular Air Force One and Air Jordan 4 “Black Cement”.





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