When you can shop Nike’s Air Jordan 4 Black Cat sneakers

Posted: 21 January 2020 9:22 am

Nike Black Cat sneakers

Get ready to shop the re-release of one of Nike's most memorable Air Jordan 4 colourways.

Taking on one of Michael Jordan's many nicknames, Nike's Black Cat Air Jordan 4 sneakers were an instant hit when they were first released back in 2006. Now, following a slate of retro re-releases, Nike is gearing up to drop the colourway for a second time.

Release date: 22 January

Price: US$190

Where to buy: Nike SNKRS site

Arriving on the Nike SNKRS site from tomorrow, the kicks come in a stealthy all-black design complete with a glossy black Air unit. Nubuck uppers work to give the pair a sleek aesthetic, while net panelling around the laces give some additional texture to the style.

A graphite Jumpman logo meanwhile appears on the tongue tag, providing the only deviation from the midnight colourway.

The sneakers are set to retail for US$190, which is a fairly standard price point for a pair of Air Jordans.

Nike Black Cat sneakers

The re-release comes just weeks after Nike dropped the LeBron 7 China Moon sneakers, which first debuted as a China exclusive. The pair are still available to shop from the StockX site.

In other Nike news, the brand is just about to drop an entire range of kicks for the Chinese New Year. The Year of the Rat collection sees eight core releases accompanied by several womenswear staples.

The range has already started dropping in both China and the US, meaning that we should see the sneakers on the Australian Nike site sometime in the coming weeks.

For more Nike news, release dates and current deals and offers, you can check out our Nike hub.

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