Jordan Brand may be moving forward with its Michael Jordan signature shoes’ Air Jordan XXX release on Friday, but it isn’t ignoring its past favorites. The athletic label will release two retro classics on Saturday, one featuring a favorite color option of sneakerheads and the other inspired by one of today’s biggest stars in music.
The Air Jordan 4 Retro “Cement” will retail for $220 and the Air Jordan 10 Retro “OVO” for $225. The “Cement” silhouette will also be available in grade school, preschool and toddler sizes with retail prices of $160, $80 and $60, respectively.
The Air Jordan 4 Retro “Cement” is making a return to the market – it’s been off shelves since 1999. The shoe’s predominantly white upper features gray cement overlays near the ankle, midsole and heel. The shoe also has the original “Nike Air” branding on the heel and “Flight” branding with Jumpman logo on the tongue.
Jordan Brand will also release another Air Jordan 10 Retro with Drake’s “OVO” branding. The second Air Jordan 10 Retro shoe for the Toronto rapper – an all-black silhouette – uses premium leather and boasts nods to October’s Very Own on the sockliner and the outsole.
The first collaboration with Jordan Brand and Drake, a white and beige Air Jordan 10 Retro with gold detailing, hit stores last September. Drake recently shared his personal experiences with Jordan Brand as part of its #WeAreJordan campaign, revealing that his first pair of Jordans were the Jordan XVs in white and Carolina blue.