Here’s How to Buy the $400 Air Jordan 4 Premium ‘Ginger’

Air Jordan 4 Premium "Ginger"
A detailed look at the Air Jordan 4 Premium "Ginger" releasing this weekend.
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After a first look on social media in September, Jordan Brand’s latest Air Jordan 4 Premium release is imminent.

This time, the iconic 1989 signature sneaker of NBA legend Michael Jordan adopts a premium “Ginger” leather look that resembles the iconic caramel hue of Timberland’s 6-inch workboot (though Jordan Brand doesn’t mention any Timberland inspiration in its official product descriptions).

Following the “Obsidian” quilted-leather Air Jordan 4 Premium drop in September, the Ginger colorway is the fourth Air Jordan 4 Premium release of 2016. It features a premium-leather upper with a tan finish that extends throughout its support straps and perforated panels, leather laces and embossed branding at the tongue and heel.

Air Jordan 4 Premium "Ginger" The Air Jordan 4 Premium Ginger features a premium-leather upper in tan. Courtesy of brand

The Air Jordan 4 Premium Ginger is priced at $400 and will be available exclusively in men’s sizes on Nike SNKRS starting at 10 a.m. ET on Oct. 29. If you aren’t able to score a pair online, the Premium model can also be found at select Jordan Brand retailers nationwide.

Air Jordan 4 Premium "Ginger" The Air Jordan 4 Premium Ginger releases on Oct. 29 for $400. Courtesy of brand
Air Jordan 4 Premium "Ginger" A look at the medial side of the Air Jordan 4 Premium Ginger. Courtesy of brand
Air Jordan 4 Premium "Ginger" The Air Jordan 4 Premium’s leather upper is complimented by a gum outsole. Courtesy of brand
Air Jordan 4 Premium "Ginger" The heel of the Air Jordan 4 Premium Ginger. Courtesy of brand
Air Jordan 4 Premium "Ginger" The Air Jordan 4 Premium Ginger features a quilted-leather insole. Courtesy of brand

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