Undefeated Air Jordan 4 Releasing Summer 2025

Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the first-ever Jordan collaboration.

Undefeated Air Jordan 4 Releasing Summer 2025

The Undefeated Air Jordan 4, arguably the most significant sneaker collaboration in history, is set to return next year. Originally dropping in 2005 in super-limited run of 72 pairs, this release marks a game-changing moment in sneaker history as it is the first-ever collaboration for Jordan Brand.

Although Jordan Retro collaborations have become a regular staple particularly over the last half decade, Jordan Brand largely avoided creative partnerships as a whole, limiting access to a very select few. Undefeated was not only the first, but only boutique collaboration for a long while until SoleFly, owned by Michael Jordan’s brother in law, came into the mix the following decade.

Undefeated has morphed itself into far more than just a specialty boutique; they’re a full-blown brand with their own in-house apparel season after season, with retail outposts in their original city of Los Angeles, up and down the West Coast, scattered through Asia, and most recently in New York City.

According to information shared by @eldenmonitors/House Of Heat and corroborated by @zsneakerheadz, the Air Jordan 4 by Undefeated is expected to return next year. The official color specs read as Deep Green/Clementine/Black/Sail, which suggests that the exact version from the 2005 release is expected, although it’s unclear if there will be any changes made to the release.

The 2005 version of the Undefeated x Air Jordan 4 may be simple compared to today’s standards of extremely modified designs, but as stated earlier, the significance is truly unmatched.

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