The limited edition Nike Air Jordan 4 Retro Green Glow is now available from the 5 Pointz online store. Get some Tron-style, retro glow with this in-demand new shoe.
Online PR News – 10-September-2013 – Bristol, UK – Air Jordan fans are heading back to the 5 Pointz online store in droves with the release of the latest colourway, the Nike Air Jordan 4 Retro Green Glow.
The all new shoe is a limited edition, high contrast lightning bolt, fusing grey tones with shocking green glow. The shoe is already selling fast, and won’t be around forever.
A brainchild of the legendary shoemaker Tinker Hatfield, the Nike Air Jordan 4 exploded onto the streetwear scene in 1989. Incredibly, the all new Jordan 4 Green Glow is only the second non-OG colourway to be released, making this a major release and a coup for the Bristol based 5 Pointz store.
Such is the demand for this limited edition shoe and the re-selling market is so lucrative, that only one pair is allowed to be sold to each customers. The hunger for Jordans is so great that customers will queue for hours in the early morning, in all conditions, to cop a pair.
Shades of grey play out, over suede and nubuck uppers; while an electrifying green glow contrasts with the darkness, across the lace crowns, outsole and branding. There is a sci-fi quality to this futuristic shoe whichhas meant they have caught the eye of both dedicated Jordan enthusiasts and newcomers to the sneaker game.
5 Pointz could be amongst the first in the UK to wear the exclusive new shoe, but they need to act fast because the numbers are small and the demand is high.
A variety of brand new Nike Air Jordans and Nike Air Max are currently available from the 5 Pointz online store, in addition to iconic kicks from fellow heritage brand Adidas and a host of indie streetwear labels too.
Get your glow-in-the-dark Nike Air Jordan 4 Retro Green Glow shoes today before they disappear for good.
5 Pointz first started on Old Market Street, Bristol, back in 2004. From the outset the main aim was to open a store with a welcoming feel that was open to anyone who shared their love of the clothes and the culture.
In early 2007 5 Pointz decided to move into a new store double the size of the old one and launch the website. 5 Pointz then increased their brand range and the depth of styles that were offered, to become one of the biggest street wear stores in the UK.