Jordan Brand, before officially being formed as its own Nike subsidiary, brought forth the Air Jordan 4 35 years ago. Despite being one of the most popular Air Jordans for decades now, a low-top version of the model — or any real takedown design — has never been introduced. However, that’s finally set to change as the long-awaited Air Jordan 4 RM lands on shelves this summer. Initially reported last year as a new model debuting with a collaboration featuring Nigel Sylvester, which he later went on to tease himself, it later appeared in several in-line looks that have been officially unveiled by the Swoosh in the past week.

Adding on to the “Canyon Rust,” “Oxidized Green” and “Black/Light Bone” colorways that Nike already revealed, a women’s-exclusive “Light Legend Brown” has now surfaced. Equipped with the sandy brown hue throughout its build, the sneaker notably sports a suede mudguard, TPU overlay, leather detailing and canvas around the lacing system. Tonal Nike Air branding appears at the heel while the woven tongue tag hosts an off-white Jumpman logo.

At the time of writing, we still haven’t heard from Jordan Brand regarding the launch of the new Air Jordan 4 RM silhouette. Look out for it to arrive sometime this summer via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a starting price of $150 USD, with this pair limited to women’s sizing.

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