This Aleali May x Air Jordan 4 features a ripstop nylon upper fully covered in a Brown and Green camouflage print to give off a military theme. Other details includes suede midsoles and heel tabs along with a Purple quilted insole stamped with May’s “A” logo. Rounding out the design is a removable velcro “Jumpman Compass” patch replacing the standard “Flight” branding on the tongues.
Check out the additional photos below, and don’t expect Aleali May’s Air Jordan 4 “Veterans Day” PE to release to the public as it was designed for friends and family only.
Style Code: DJ1193-200
Release Date: Friends & Family
UPDATE 5/26: Detailed shots of the Aleali May x Air Jordan 4 PE “Veterans Day” via English Sole.
UPDATE 11/15: To celebrate Veterans Day, Aleali May shared detailed shots of her Friends and Family exclusive Air Jordan 4 “Veterans Day” PE.
“Made something special with Jordan Brand for my Dad, in celebration of Veterans Day 11/11. After basic training in 1990, he entered Desert Storm, and retired in 2013.
Back in high school I lived with my dad while he was stationed at Fort Carson. Definitely had some good times at summer camp on base, or when we’d stop by his office, 3-29FA Alpha Battery. I can say my concept of traveling and perseverance was from him, amongst a whole lotta other things. He pulled out his uniform and switched out the tags for his patches. Kept it Friends & Family for this one!
UPDATE 7/25: New detailed shots of Aleali May’s Friends and Family exclusive Air Jordan 4 “Veterans Day” PE.
UPDATE 7/8: Detailed and on-feet photos of the Aleali May x Air Jordan 4 “Veterans Day” PE. As reported earlier, these aren’t expected to release, but if anything changes we’ll be sure to keep everyone updated.
UPDATE 7/8: In-hand look at Aleali May’s Air Jordan 4 that pays homage to her father who served in the US Army. These are a Friends and Family exclusive and won’t be releasing to the public.
UPDATE 7/6: This Aleali May x Air Jordan 4 is a Friends and Family exclusive and isn’t expected to release to the public. The shoe was teased by Aleali May last year on Veterans Day paying tribute to her father who served in the US Army from 1990 to 2013 and fought in the Gulf War. Its tongue patch nods to the 4th Infantry Divisions’ combat service identification badge. If anything changes we’ll be sure to keep you updated.