With the 2019 FIBA World Cup set to tip off next summer, it appears that Jordan Brand will be releasing a special version of the Air Jordan 4 in time for the tournament.
The latest round of rumors come courtesy of @zSneakerheadz and @soleheatonfeet on Instagram, including a mock-up version of what’s expected to arrive next year. The model boats a vibrant gym red upper featuring a lasered design throughout. Additional details include gold accents on the eyelets, with navy blue hits on the midsole and outsole.
While the sneaker has not yet officially been confirmed to release by Jordan Brand, the “FIBA” Air Jordan 4 Retro SE is rumored to drop in July 2019 for $200.
Last year, Travis Scott dropped his highly-anticipated “Houston Oilers” Air Jordan 4, while hinting at additional projects, including a “Purple” pair given out to friends and family and an “Olive” colorway rumored for late 2018 release. That release never came to fruition, but here’s another look at the collab.
The sample unreleased sample features details similar to the version spotted at the Cactus Jack Block Party last September. The upper boasts olive nubuck, with hits of black spotted on the tongue, wings and midsole. Co-branding is featured on the heel tab with the classic ‘Nike Air’ logo alongside Scott’s ‘Cactus Jack’ emblem on the other. The seller of this size 12 is asking for $14,500.
While the status of this potential retro release is unknown, several other Scott and Jordan Brand collabs have been rumored since then including an Air Jordan 33 releasing this month and Air Jordan 1s later this year.