Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan 4 was originally released back in 1989. As you may have realized, next year will mark its 30th anniversary, so it is understandable that old and new colorways of the model will be among the Air Jordan releases 2019. The Air Jordan 4 is already trending because of the collaborative “Cactus Jack” iteration that recently made its retail debut and the other variations of it that Travis Scott has laced up in so far. Even a Levi’s x Air Jordan 4 Collection is arriving later this month. Two other Air Jordan 4 colorways that will potentially debut next year have also surfaced.
One of these colorways has apparently been dubbed “Pale Citron.” zSneakerHeadz was the one who shared the image at the top and has revealed the nickname of this iteration. The image is actually a Photoshop rendering that was created by Jays•are•dead (@jayzrdead), but you may expect the colorway to look somewhat like this. As can be seen, a majority of the uppers of this iteration will be clean White, while featuring Black-, Crimson- and Pale Citron-colored accents. Currently, nothing is known about what materials its uppers will be made up of and where it draws inspiration from, but there is still plenty of time for more details to surface.
The second colorway of the Air Jordan 4 that will reportedly make its retail debut has apparently been dubbed “Pink Patent” and as you may or may not have guessed, it is a women’s exclusive. The above image is also a Photoshop rendering that was collaboratively created by HOUSE OF HEAT (@thehouseofheat) and Sneaker Info. (@pinoe77). Its design might actually be inspired by the Jordan Brand’s hybrid 11Lab4 line. As its nickname suggests, its uppers are completely made up of patent leather and are dressed up in a vibrant Pink hue, which also covers its midsoles and outsoles, making it a monochrome iteration.
Despite the lack of more information, these colorways will reportedly be joining January’s Air Jordan releases 2019 next year. Furthermore, these Air Jordan 4 “Pale Citron” and “Patent Pink” will retail at a price of $190.