Air Jordan 4 “What The”: Release date, price and where to buy

Posted: 18 November 2019 9:44 am
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Jordan's statement sneaker pack includes a unique feature from 30 years ago. Peep all the photos here!

Air Jordan history is important, so why not celebrate with a great pair of kicks? To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4s, the iconic silhouette is getting re-imagined. The sneaker pack combines signature colour-blocking details from the original Air Jordan four colourways: Fire Red, White Cement, Bred and Military Blue.

Release date: 23 November. Keep in mind that this is a US release date. It usually takes a few weeks for Australian retailers to get sneaker stock.

Price: Approximately $300

Where to buy: Nike. It's not confirmed at this stage, but hopefully you'll be able to pick up the pair from stockists like JD Sports and Platypus Shoes.

The theme of this sneaker pack is bold and slightly mismatched. Splashes of colour accent the nettings, wings, heel piece, tongue and collar. We love how all the shades sit against a crisp white leather base. We also spot the classic Nike Air hit on the back heel and the iconic Jumpman fabric on the tongue.

What's our favourite feature? Both shoes have a little special something on the lace tips. It's a series of numbers that may appear to be randomly selected, but they're actually the product codes from three decades ago. This kind of thing is a respectful nod to the original Jordans, and it's something that we would love to keep seeing in any future retro releases.

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