Air Jordan 4 "Black Canvas" Receives an Early October Release Date

Just in time for the Fall 2022 lineup.

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Jordan Brand is set to release a brand new special edition of the beloved Air Jordan 4 in “Black Canvas” just in time for the Fall lineup.

The AJ4 was first released in 1989 and has since been one of the most coveted Jordan Brand models. The shoe arrives in a mixture of materials and comes dressed in a black, light steel grey, white and fire red color scheme. The shoe features a black canvas base and suede toe panel. Grey detailing accents the eye stays, midsole and outsole. Red contrasting highlighting the “Flight” branding on the tongue. The Jumpman logo is visibly placed on the rubber heel guard to round out the design.

The highly anticipated Air Jordan 4 “Black Canvas” arrives on October 1 on SNKRS for $210 USD.

In other footwear news, the new Air Force 1 Low has received its own iteration of the Panda colorway.

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