The Air Jordan 4 OG “Bred” is returning to join next month’s Air Jordan releases 2019, complete with OG “Nike Air” branding and hangtag. Since near the end of last month, Jordan Brand’s classic “Bred” (Black and Red) color scheme has made some rather unexpected appearances. For instance, an Air Jordan 1 “Banned” for toddlers will be coming soon to 43einhalb and Nike.com. Air Jordan 1 “Bred” football cleats also became available last month. A “Bred” colorway of the Jordan 6 Rings will also be making its retail debut this month, while it is being rumored that the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” will arrive during the 2019 Holiday Season.
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4, a number of GS and WMNS colorways joined earlier Air Jordan releases 2019. One of the first WMNS colorways of the Air Jordan 4 this year was the patent leather Air Jordan 4 NRG “Hot Punch,” which made its retail debut on January 12th, 2018 at a price of $190. The next month, Jordan Brand also released the Air Jordan 4 “Berry Pink” for girls, which was actually meant to be a part of their longstanding “For The Love Of The Game” series. Furthermore, the recent Air Jordan 4 “Hot Lava” was a kids-only release. Continue reading This Air Jordan 4 Retro “Monsoon” Is The Latest GS-Exclusive Colorway
As the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4 continues, its OG “Bred” colorway is scheduled to return and join Air Jordan releases 2019. Jordan Brand kicked off the Air Jordan 4’s 30th anniversary celebration earlier this year with the release of an NRG “Hot Punch” iteration for women on January 19th, 2019. A number of brand new Air Jordan 4 colorways have arrived at retailers ever since, including an exclusive “Wings” iteration that was gifted to James Whitner, the owner of Social Status. Amidst March Madness, Jordan Brand also unveiled give different college PE colorways of the Air Jordan 4 that will not be hitting the shelves.
Due to its 30th anniversary this year, most Air Jordan releases 2019 will be Air Jordan 4 colorways, such as the latest one dubbed “Hot Lava.” Earlier last month, the Air Jordan 4 “Berry Pink” made its retail debut on February 9th, 2019 at a price of $140. The color scheme made it obvious that it had designed for female sneakerheads and while not explicitly stated, this colorway was essentially Jordan Brand’s Valentine’s Day release. Furthermore, it was also meant to be a part of Jordan Brand’s historic “For The Love Of The Game” series due to the little “basketball heart” logo it featured on its True Berry-colored uppers.
“Black Leather” and “Hot Punch” colorways of the Air Jordan 4 already joined last month’s Air Jordan releases 2019 and more are on their way. Back in January, Jalen Ramsey also shared a photo of a Jacksonville Jaguars-themed Air Jordan 4“Laser” iteration. Earlier this month, @hanzuying also posted the very first photos of this 2019 version of the Air Jordan 4 “Bred” on Instagram, one of which is featured below. Of course, as you may know, it is the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4 this year. Hence, it should be expected that plenty of other Air Jordan 4 colorways will hit the shelves in the coming months.
For the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4, several new colorways of the model will be joining next year’s Air Jordan releases 2019. You may already know about the two Air Jordan 4 colorways that draw inspiration from Spike Lee’s comedy–drama film, Do the Right Thing. Based on the Photoshop illustrations, one of the two iterations seemed like it borrowed the colors from the Gucci stripes. Of course, they are both actually inspired by the Italian flag and “Sal’s Pizzeria” from the film. In addition to these two colorways though, many others will arrive next year to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4.