Japanese sneaker artisans Hender Scheme have made waves by reworking iconic silhouettes in premium leather, and the brand's finest hour struck in 2014 when it dropped the Manual Industrial Products 10: a fancy do-over of the Air Jordan 4.
Now, the brand has unveiled a blacked-out version of the MIP 10, better known as the tribute Air Jordan 4. Made from natural leather uppers and housed on a stacked sole unit, this one is more for the front row at fashion week rather than the court.
The shoe was revealed to the world via UNITED ARROWS & SONS official twitter account, but pricing and release info wasn't included. We'll update you with the info as and when we have it. Meanwhile, check out the original Hender Scheme MIP 10.