Drake OVO x Nike Air Jordan 4 Splatter sneakers: First look
The collaborative kicks are rumoured to land next year and we're already calling them as one of the most coveted drops for 2020.
As we head into 2020, we're seeing major brands drop first images of the sneakers we can expect to see in the new year. One of the most highly anticipated of the lot so far is Nike's team up with Drake for an OVO x Air Jordan 4 model titled Splatter.
Release date: Rumoured to be sometime in 2020
Where to buy: Nike
The kicks feature a black suede upper contrasted with white panelling overlayed with black mesh. A white midsole and red outsole add fresh pops of colour, while a blood-red Jumpman logo on the tongue tab works to draw the eye.
The most eye-catching element of the sneakers though is the paint-splatter design that appears on the midsole and heel in the same white, black and red colourway as the rest of the shoe.
Black laces, large Nike Air branding on the heel and hidden OVO Owl branding behind the tongue tab round out the sneaker design.
You can check out more images of the sneakers below:
While no release date information is available just yet, the kicks are rumoured to drop sometime next year. We'll keep you updated as more details become available.
When the sneakers do land, we can expect to see them first on the Nike site. We may also see them become available in known stockist of special releases, JD Sports.
The Splatters are already grabbing a lot of attention from sneakerheads online, so we highly recommend keeping an eye out come next year if you want to get your hands on a pair.
If you're after more epic kicks to stock up your wardrobe with, you can also check out the Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 1 Canary Yellow sneakers, which are also rumoured to drop in the new year.
For even more Nike news, release dates and current discounts, you can head to our Nike hub page.
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