The "Roc-A-Fella" Nike Air Force 1 made its return at ComplexCon this past weekend to much fanfare. Although that alone was certainly a treat for fans of the Roc, Kareem "Biggs" Burke had a few surprises on deck.

Biggs, co-founder of the record label, was seen over the past few days sporting different pairs of Air Jordans donning the artwork to Jay-Z's debut album, Reasonable Doubt, on the tongue. The first, spotted on Burke's Instagram account, was a pair of black and white Air Jordan 1s. At ComplexCon, Burke rocked a black and white rendition of the Air Jordan 4 with details like black mesh panels and chrome tabs. Also on display at ComplexCon was a pair of black suede Air Force 1 Lows with "Reasonable Doubt" stitched on the lateral heel in white, and album art once again found on the tongue.

It is unclear if these pairs are official, or merely customs, but it is worth noting that Biggs captioned a shot of the Jordan 4s with "Coming soon...?" while tagging Nike Sportswear. Jay Z's recent footwear allegiance, however, has been with Puma.

Air Jordan 4 Reasonable Doubt
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