Nike Air Jordan 4 Winter: First look and release date

Posted: 9 October 2019 9:47 am

Air Jordan 4 Winter sneakers

Keep warm in style with the latest winter iteration by Nike.

If you're not the kind of person to sacrifice your style just because it's winter then Nike's latest Air Jordan silhouette is for you. The mega sportswear brand has just announced the arrival of the Air Jordan 4 Winter and the kicks are slated to keep you fresh whether rain, hail or shine.

Where previous "winterised" versions of the Jordans (like the Air Jordan 9 Boots) have seen the addition of features such as hiking-boot eyelets, the 4 Winters will have an aesthetic much closer to the Retro model. Made from enhanced materials, the shoes are made with both waterproof exteriors and plush interior linings to keep your feet cosy and dry through the worst of the winter weather.

The style arrives in a navy blue upper with a sleek black midsole, grey outsole and black laces. The usual mesh side panels have been upgraded with a much more durable canvas material to help keep out icy winds and slush. A plush fleece sock liner in red and black rounds out the design with a stylishly snug finish.

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While the Jordan Brand is yet to officially announce a release date for the 4 Winter model, the rumoured date is 2 December. As with most sneaker releases, this is likely a US release date, meaning that we will probably be seeing them in Australian stores around mid-December.

When they do drop, you'll be able to shop them from both the Nike store and usual Jordan stockists like JD Sports.

If you're after other Nike releases, the brand has just dropped an entirely new line of Air Force 1s that you can shop now. Titled "Shadow", the kicks feature a double Swoosh and arrive in six epic colourways.

If you're after some cool sneakers for Halloween, the brand has you sorted there too with the debut of both a glow-in-the-dark Black Skeleton Air Force 1 and a Day of the Dead themed Cortez sneaker.

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

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