While I tend to hate on 4’s based on comfort, I still have love for original colorways. The Air Jordan 4 White Cement is arguably the best of the bunch and I’m really stoked to have a version of the shoe. This particular release features a Jumpman on the back, while other versions have Nike Air branding. The shoe gets its name from the “cement” shade of grey used in the colorway.
What To Sport These With?
These are easy to sport in just about any outfit. You can go with a darker outfit or something more summery. My favorite combination is a pair of crisp medium or dark wash jeans with a white or black tee. You can even throw in some camo and look great in these!
How Are The Materials?
Similar to other 4s from the same time period, the quality on these is nothing special. The leather is thick, but also stiff with no texture or pliability. The construction on the shoe is good enough, but if you’re looking for great leather or nubuck, look elsewhere. These are less about the materials and more about the overall look of the shoe.
How Do They Fit?
My beef with AJIV’s are them not being comfortable over long periods of time. The 2012 Air Jordan 4 White Cement narrow are no different.
They are sung for me at true size. Maybe I just need to go up a half size, but to me after a couple of hours these definitely cause pain. If I’m doing literally no physical activity that day, these are dope and just comfy enough. Not recommended for walking around in.
If you like Jordan 4s, you need at least one of the retros of this colorway. These definitely represent a classic colorway that belongs in any Air Jordan collection. Just keep in mind that these are to be stunted in for a couple hours max.
Where To Cop the 2012 Air Jordan 4 White Cement
As of the writing of this article, eBay is your best bet for these. Watch out for fakes! If you don’t want to grab this colorway, there are currently some new Air Jordan 4 colorways still on FootLocker.
Air Jordan 4 White Cement
Colorway: White / Black-Cement Grey
Style Code: 308497 103
Year of Release: 2012