An off-white leather is used for the majority of the upper on this pair, with the photo suggesting the use of a premium cut that will age well with wear. Underfoot you’ve got a sneakerhead staple with the gum outsole, a feature you can spot on a number of different SB Dunks. On the heel, find a Nike SB logo instead of the usual Jumpman or Nike Air, which is a first for the AJ4. Another major change arrives in the form of the super suede toe, a detail introduced thanks to its skate-friendly ability to withstand wear against scrapes and snags. Following the standard procedure are the other traditional AJ4 features, such as the netting and wings that are here in a rubber form to also help withstand wear. Some are comparing this edition to the Air Jordan 4 “Money Green” from 2004, a grail among Jordan heads that in combination with the sleeker shape of the toe box, will no doubt increase demand.