As the Air Jordan 4 celebrates its 35th anniversary with a myriad of sought-after colorways and collaborations, it’s nearly time for its first proper takedown model — the Air Jordan 4 RM — to make its debut. Rumored as a collaboration with Nigel Sylvester last year, we’ve since been treated to a preview of several colorways, including a “Pro Green” version co-signed by the BMX pro with his “BIKE AIR” motif. With colorways of “Black/Light Bone” and “Canyon Rust” appearing as well, we now have a first look at an “Oxidized Green” iteration.

While lacking the metallic detailing found across the Air Jordan 4 “Oxidized Green” that has been teased previously, this take instead features the forest green hue throughout its mixed material build of suede, leather and synthetic detailing. Aside from material differences between it and its similar “Pro Green” look, the sole unit notably sports an off-white coloring while white “Nike Air” branding hits the heel alongside a tonal Jumpman logo at the lateral heel.

At the time of writing, Jordan Brand has yet to announce the Air Jordan 4 RM and its release schedule, including the forthcoming drop surrounding this “Oxidized Green” pair. Stay tuned for updates, including an official preview of the sneaker, as we currently expect it to arrive on shelves this summer via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a starting price of $150 USD.


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