A wheat colored Air Jordan 4 could soon be available.
Several sneaker influencers — and Air Jordan fanatics — took to Instagram today to show off what appears to be a monochromatic wheat premium leather Air Jordan 4. The shoe uses a wheat hue throughout the shoe, is completed with a classic gum outsole, and features leather laces. The shoe, which boasts a look similar to the iconic wheat Timberland 6-inch workboot, was displayed by users including @first_pair and @2muchsol3.
As of 5 p.m. ET, Nike had not officially revealed the rumored “Wheat” Air Jordan 4 on its website or any of its social media accounts.
Although Jordan Brand has reintroduced several iterations of NBA legend Michael Jordan’s most sought-after signature shoes as of late — including the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 7, Air Jordan 11, Air Jordan 12 and others — it has been months since the label dropped a new colorway of the Air Jordan 4. The Air Jordan 4 Premium Snakeskin arrived in stores on May 21. And the first retro of 2016 to drop from Jordan Brand was the Air Jordan 4 Retro Alternate ’89, an interpretation of what Jordan would have worn on the court if he received player-exclusive colors.