Some 23 is Back readers may feel Hender Scheme, the Toyko-based footwear label owned by designer Ryo Kashiwazaki, should be out of business by now. Jordan heads cannot deny that some cool sneakers are made by the brand, but it is likely that they feel that one classic Air Jordan design after another is being knocked off by the label. However, the truth is that all these sneakers given a high-end makeover, and next in line to receive it is the Air Jordan 4. There is no need to go looking for 2014 or 2015 Jordan release dates associated with this customer new jordans since it is already available.
Among the series of Air Jordan retros, the Air Jordan 4 has been a long-time favorite of sneaker heads, but in the past, they have never really had to pay an outrageously high price to cop it. There have been very rare occasions during which Jordan Brand customers have had to shell out a four digit amount in order to get their hands on an Air Jordan retro. However, apparently this particular Air Jordan 4 that has been reproduced by Hender Scheme is demanding such an amount.
Although this pair has been seen before, now that it is available, detailed images of it have surfaced. Hender Scheme seems to have paid remarkable attention to detail or this handmade creation. Primarily, an all leather construction has been utilized by this customer Air Jordan 4 pair, but a couple of suede accents are also spread out over it. Apparently, artisanal methods and naturally vegetable dyed leather were used by Hender Scheme to hand stitch this limited sneaker.
23 is Back readers need not have any doubts because this custom Air Jordan 4 from Hender Scheme is legit sneaker. Again, it is unnecessary to wonder what Jordan release dates 2014 or 2015 might be associated with Hender Scheme’s Air Jordan 4 custom since they are already available in Canada. Of course, copping them from Blue Button Shop in Toronto will cost $1,000.