As of lately, Jordan Brand seems to have been dropping quite a few Air Jordan releases 2018 that have been in dressed in the colors of Michael Jordan’s alma mater, the University of North Carolina. Earlier last month, Jordan Brand dropped an Air Jordan 32 “UNC” colorway as a tribute to all the national championships that the university has won over the years. The Air Jordan 32 “UNC” made its retail debut on March 9th, 2018 at a price of $185. The same day, Jordan Brand released a “UNC” colorway of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 and now an Air Jordan 4 “UNC” is also on its way.
As some of you may recall, the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament took place last month. In commemoration of the college basketball tournament, Jordan Brand dropped several special Air Jordan releases 2018. Among them were the Air Jordan 32 “UNC” mentioned above and a Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 “UNC.” The sleek uppers of the Why Not Zer0.1 were dressed up in a combination of Carolina Blue and Grey covering its marble-textured heels. Adding the finish touch, it was also equipped with all-White outsoles. This Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 also made its retail debut on March 9th, 2018 but it was available for just $125.
Of course, the highlight of this post is the Air Jordan 4 “UNC.” It is uncertain if the photo at the top is of the act sneaker, but that is what it looks like. Back in 2013, Jordan Brand had whipped an Air Jordan 4 PE for the members of the UNC Tar Heels. However, that iteration featured Military Blue as the secondary hue, while this one sports Carolina Blue-colored accents over its clean White-colored uppers. So far, it is uncertain if the tongues will sport the “Nike Air” or “Tar Heels” branding. Regardless, this sneaker will be among next year’s early Air Jordan releases 2019.
Air Jordan 4 “UNC”