Jordan Brand Says Off-WhiteTM x Air Jordan 4 Bred Will Not Release, Details of the cause explored as the brand gives a formal statement

The much-anticipated collaboration between Off-White and Air Jordan, 4 in the “Bred” colourway, has been put on hold indefinitely, much to the dismay of the sneaker industry. The original release date for this shoe was August 2021. According to Complex, a spokesman for the Jordan Brand has allegedly verified that the Off-White x Air Jordan 4 “Bred” will not be released. An insider has informed Complex that the pair was only created as a prototype for an exhibition and that there are currently no plans to make them accessible to the general public. This information was disclosed to Complex by the source. While Nike has not confirmed or denied the release of the trainers or any other Off White x Nike collaborations, fans are keeping their fingers crossed for more shoe drops in the future as a way to honour Virgil Abloh’s legacy.

Details on Off-Nike White’s Jordan 4 Bred collaboration

The Off-White x Air Jordan 4 Bred sneakers were shown to the public for the first time during Virgil Abloh’s “Figures of Speech” event in 2019, which took place at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. At Abloh’s first solo exhibition of 2019, many pairs of unreleased sneakers from the Off-White x Air Jordan 4 collaboration were on display. For many years, Virgil Abloh devoted a significant amount of his time and energy to refining the kicks, and as a result, fans have been eagerly anticipating the release of new styles. One of these well-known trainers was the Off-White x Air Jordan 4 silhouette in the “Bred” colourway, which garnered much attention for its appearance. The accusations have been disproved by a representative of the Jordan brand, shattering the expectations of sneaker fans all around the world.

Facts on the styling of the Jordan 4 shoe

The upper is made of a stealthy, smooth black suede with grey undertones, and the design is based on the form of the Jordan 4. The tongue and side panels are covered by white mudguard-style cage wraps draped over the toe box. The top of the trainers is decorated with components made of transparent rubber, which assists in enhancing the overall colour scheme. A blood-red colour is painted over the tongue, and an elegantly detailed Jumpman logo is also placed there.

On the lateral side of the shoe, there is an engraving that reads “AIR,” and the midsole has three different colours: black, cream, and grey. The design is finished off with an old-school Nike swoosh that’s located on the heel. A classic element of Virgil’s brand—a glossy black zip tie—is included in the packaging of each pair of Air Jordan 4 trainers. This brings the presentation to a close. The “Bred” (black/red) colourway of the Off-White x Air Jordan 4 was inspired by the trainer that Michael Jordan wore to triumph against Craig Ehlo in “The Shot” competition in 1989.

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