While Jordan Brand has provided the Air Jordan 4 a triumphant year for its 35th anniversary, there’s still plenty more releases to come in the future as well. One such look that was initially rumored to release in 2025 was an “Atmosphere Grey” pair that was to sport “Rare Air” detailing. However, it has now been confirmed by zSneakerHeadz and Sneaker Files that the rumored drop is actually set to be a “Rare Air Laser” colorway instead.

A first look at the pair has not yet surfaced, though the mock-up designed by the sneaker leaker duo (pictured above) offers an idea of what to expect. “Black,” “Fire Red,” “Deep Royal Blue,” “Dark Smoke Grey” and”Tech Grey” are said to make up the color arrangement while key detailing is delivered via laser etching at the upper and removable Jumpman tongue patches that cover a “Rare Air” tag.

At the time of writing, Jordan Brand has not confirmed that a “Rare Air Laser” pair of Air Jordan 4s is coming next year. Stay tuned for confirmation as we expect a first look at the pair to surface later this year, ahead of the sneaker’s release in February of next year via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a price point of $215 USD.


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