Official Images Of The Air Jordan 4 “White/Midnight Navy”

Despite currently celebrating its 33rd anniversary, the Air Jordan 4 is having a bit of a “moment,” consistently surfacing in new, authorized colorways and experimental customizations by artists and sneaker collectors alike.

Recently, Tinker Hatfield’s second design for the Air Jordan line surfaced via official images in a “White/Midnight Navy/Light Smoke Grey” color combination. An obvious twist on the model’s original “White Cement” look, the upcoming pair covers TPU eyelets, Jumpman logos at the heel and midsole tooling in a semi-dark blue tone that feels familiar, yet refreshing. “Light Smoke Grey” takes over the same components it did back in ’89, creating an ode to the past that pushes the Jordan 4 into its next 33 years. Lastly, the next proposition from Michael Jordan’s eponymous brand features a “Fire Red” Jumpman logo on the outsole, further playing with heritage-driven hues on an updated design.

Enjoy official images of the retro ahead, and anticipate a Nike SNKRS launch on Saturday, October 1st, for $210 USD.

For more from under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, check out the latest Air Force 1 styles.

A release date is expected on October 29th, 2022.

Air Jordan 4Release Date: Oct 29th, 2022 (Saturday)Color: White/Light Smoke Grey/Fire Red/Midnight Navy

Mens: $210Style Code: DH6927-140

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