The Air Jordan 4 “Black Canvas” Is Restocking On November 15th

A surprise return in 2023.

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UPDATE November 15th, 2023: The Air Jordan 4 “Black Canvas” is restocking HERE at 10am EST on November 15th, 2023.

This article was originally published in July 2022.

The Air Jordan 4 “Canvas,” which released earlier this year in WMNS Exclusive sizing, produced excitement even amongst the brand’s male demographic. And while much of this audience was barred from enjoying said colorway, they’ll at least be able to indulge in its upcoming sequel: the “Black Canvas.”


UPDATE (10/01/2022):
Nikestore/SNKRS release pushed back to Oct 5th!

Air Jordan 4 "Black Canvas"

SKU: DH7138-006
RELEASE DATE: Nov 15, 2023

US 11/15/2023 Wednesday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Nikestore US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -

Teased for the better part of the last few months, the “Black Canvas” has finally surfaced via official images. Despite being constructed of canvas like its predecessor, the colorway features a number of tweaks that set itself far apart. The Jumpman on the tongue and heel are no longer embroidered, replaced by a standard patch and emblem; the support wings are predominantly made with TPU; and the forefoot features suede paneling around its toe box. What’s more, the sole unit lacks the canvas trims and multi-colored bottom, opting for a typical arrangement of black, white, and grey.

For a closer, detailed look at the “Black Canvas,” check out the official images below. Following some slight delays, these are now expected to hit Nike SNKRS and select retailers this October.

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