The Eminem x Air Jordan 4 “Marshall Mathers” collaboration is set to be another Friends and Family release, just like the “Encore” pair that debuted back in 2006.
No other details regarding the shoe’s release has been unveiled, but here is a first look at the exclusive Eminem x Air Jordan 4 “Marshall Mathers” to commemorate a milestone of Eminem’s career.
UPDATE: This past weekend at Sneaker Con in Washington D.C. we were able to see in-hand a pair of the Eminem x Air Jordan 4 x Carhartt. While there were said to only be 10 pairs produced, it seems as if there were a few more pairs made. Check out the images via Sneaker News and let us know what you guys think in the comments section. Thoughts on the current eBay prices for these?
UPDATE: The Eminem x Air Jordan 4 x Carhartt was originally set to go live today, but Marshall Mathers recently announced that the charity auction has been postponed a few days later.
UPDATE: Today, the Marshall Mathers Foundation has announced that they will be releasing ten pairs of the Eminem x Carhartt x Air Jordan 4 collaboration exclusively through eBay auction, with proceeds going directly towards the foundation.
UPDATE: Believe it or not, Eminem doesn’t even own these currently, but you can from glasscitykicks that has them up for grabs for $20K. Worth the asking price?
UDPATE: The Eminem x Air Jordan 4 “Marshall Mathers” detailing includes Carhartt material and the Carhartt logo on the inner tongue as a nod to the Michigan-based Carhartt location. Each insole includes Slim Shady Records logo. According to @jujurocksjordans, there are only two pairs that exist, one of them belong to Eminem and the other is a size 12. This is said to be the last celebrity-inspired Air Jordan to release. It started with Em and it’ll end with Em.Next ArticleBaylor University Receives Their Own Nike Kobe 10sPrevious articlePremium "Denim Pack" Version of Nike's Air Presto Releasing Next YearLatest News
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