OVO Promo Air Jordan 4 Sample via Withsneaker.com

Retro Jordan, While 2019 will celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Air Jordan 4, there are rumors that Jordan Brand could be releasing the Air Jordan 4 Splatter for the occasion. For those that may not know, this Air Jordan 4 was actually a 1989 Sample that never released to the public. Unlike the original pair, Drake's retro version has a few minor differences. Two of those is a non-splattered "Nike Air" logo on the heel as well as the OVO Owl logo on inner back pull tab.
Early in 2018, Drake shared some of his exclusive New Air Jordans 2019, which included this Air Jordan 4 Splatter with Nike Air branding on the heels. One of Drizzy’s more memorable specialties was this Air Jordan 4 spinoff of the classic "Bred" colorway with Nike Air on the heel, paint splatter detail on the midsole and heel, and a few other discrepancies from the original. Elsewhere, the standout feature of this style is its midsole and heel pattern, which combines red and white splatters for some unmistakable Chicago Bulls flair.
Nike Shoes has officially announced Jerry Lorenzo's first original Nike Basketball sneaker. The Fear of God 1 combines classic 1990s designs taken from popular Nike silhouettes. The Nike Air Fear of God 1 comes with a double-height Zoom Air heel unit reminiscent of the Air Max 180. Its upper features an exterior TPU heel and lacing cage inspired by the Air Huarache Light for lockdown support. Lorenzo worked with Leo Chang, senior footwear design director at Nike Basketball, to help combine his aesthetic vision with high-performance technology.
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