With an indigo denim upper practically begging to be distressed, the retro Air Jordan 4 sneakers have been tattered and torn by several social media users including Mike “Upscale Vandal” Carmago and Kith photographer Tyler Mansour.
From sanding and shredding to full-on bleaching and custom patches, the sneakers have been destroyed in the best way possible.
This limited launch released globally at just a handful of doors for a retail price of $225, and it’s currently reselling for an average of around $600.
See the best distressing jobs spotted on social media so far below.
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