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zx1314 Jul 13 '17
New Jordans 2018, Following a look at the Air Jordan 4 SNES US Custom, we now take a look at Freaker Sneaks latest gaming system installment with his Air Jordan 4 NES Custom inspired by Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt – two iconic games we all enjoyed during the '80s and '90s. Featuring the classic gaming system's color palette of off-white, grey, black and red, this new creation honors classic titles like Super Mario Bros. and Dunk Hunt on its tongues. In addition, details like the "Start" and "Select" buttons adorn the laces, a custom cartridge with Jordan's Jumpman logo was made as a hangtag and pressable D-Pad and "A/B" buttons are built into the heel.
This pair dresses the New Jordans 2016 up in Nintendo Entertainment System colors with details tying to the console by way of the "SELECT & "START" buttons on the laces as well as game pad buttons on the heel tab. The Hangtag takes things a notch higher cut in the shape of the OG Nintendo cartridge shape. The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) is reasonable for giving us many true classics like Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt. For his latest Air Jordan 4 Custom, he uses both games graphics on the toughness complete with official NES controller buttons and D-pad on the back heel. Taking us back to the 90s you can see that this Air Jordan 4 is inspired by the Super Nintendo which fully takes on the theme. Looking closer, you will notice that Grey runs across the uppers which reflects the console. The tongue features a unique graphic that matches the buttons. On the heel is official Super Nintendo controllers with the directional pad and buttons being perusable.
This customized Jordans 2017 is inspired by the classic Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt which was played by many during the late 80s and early 90s. On the tongue is the use of the graphic on the cartridge while the heel features the Nintendo controller. Finishing the look is a special hangtag which resembles a cartridge with the iconic Air Jordan Flight branding. In 1983, the introduction of the Nintendo Entertainment System revitalized the gaming industry and changed its outlook forever. IGN's #1 ranked gaming console of all-time returned to headlines last holiday season, when a mini version hit retail and became one of the year's hottest Christmas gifts. Continuing to inspire, the styling of the NES has even crossed over into sneakers, as Freaker Sneaks has released a limited edition "Nintendo" Air Jordan 4 bearing the system's details. The shoes not only inherit NES colors, but feature Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt tongue patches, a Jumpman game cartridge hang tag and pressable controller buttons on the heels.