Air Jordan 4 “Bred Reimagined” Expected For February 17th, 2024

The iconic OG receives a leather upgrade in next year.

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Updated October 27th, 2023: Images of the Toddler sizes for the Air Jordan 4 “Bred Reimagined” have been updated.

The hype surrounding the Air Jordan 4 “Bred Reimagined” has been steadily building ever since it was first confirmed. And although slated to release in February of next year, actual images of the shoe are already beginning to surface.

Following a brief glimpse back in September, leakers have now unveiled a full look at the “Reimagined” collection’s latest entry. Boasting a design near identical to that of the “Motorsports Alternate” — albeit with red instead of blue, of course — the Air Jordan 4 “Bred Reimagined” drastically alters the DNA of the OG colorway. Gone are the nubucks typical of the shoe, replaced with an upper predominantly constructed out of a premium leather. Details such as the support wings, the midsole, and even the “Nike Air” at the heel, however, are faithful to the original.

According to the most recent reports, the Air Jordan 4 “Bred Reimagined” is scheduled to release during All-Star Weekend on February 17th. Enjoy an on-foot look at the pair ahead, as we await not only its arrival but also official images and further details.

In other upcoming Jordan releases, here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming Air Jordan 11 “Neapolitan”.


UPDATE (11/09/2023):
A first look at retailer images have been updated (via JD Sports UK).
UPDATE (06/09/2023):
A release date has been scheduled for February 17th, 2024.

Air Jordan 4 "Bred Reimagined"

SKU: FV5029-006
RELEASE DATE: Feb 17, 2024

US 02/17/2024 Saturday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Nike SNKRS US 10:00 North America Only Standard Coming Soon Google Cal ICAL

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