For the past few years, the Air Jordan 4 has maintained its status as one of the most popular sneaker models on the market. So, we put together this list of the biggest recent colourways to help you find the pair that’s right for you.
The newest entry on our list, this is a bold new remix of the OG Cement colourways. The upper is made with clean white leather, with Fire Red hits mixed into the speckled TPU pieces.
The ‘Frozen Moments’ gets its name and greyscale look from an iconic Jordan Brand ad from the 90s. The different grey tones are rendered with suede and patent leather, with a metallic chrome finish on the support wings.
The latest retro of the 2006 ‘Thunder’ colourway, this pair is made with jet black nubuck, which sets the stage for its bursts of yellow lightning.
The Nike SB X AJ4 collab was teased for months before its explosive release back in March. Stylish pine greens accent the premium leather and suede, with classic SB gum rubber on the outsole.
This Craft version of the Air Jordan 4 shakes things up with completely redesigned panels of grey leather and suede.
The first Jordan 4s of 2023, the Seafoam is a tasteful black and white colourway, elevated with muted, natural green hits.
A Ma Maniére have built up a reputation for their distinctly luxurious takes on the Jordan catalogue. Their Violet Ore 4s come in a gorgeous premium purple leather with a subtle patina, with vintage cream on the Air midsole.
Another remix of the classic Cements, with navy blue speckles on its grey pieces.
One of the standout releases of 2022, this pair sets itself apart with a jet black canvas upper.
Borrowing the clean and simple colour blocking of the Military Blues, this extremely versatile pair comes in clean white leather
Finally, we get to the Shimmer, possibly the smoothest colourway on the list. The leather upper comes in low-key nude look, with translucent creams on its support wings and outsole.