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The Air Jordan 4 has been revealed in a new WMNS makeover that features a “Blank Canvas” makeover that’s expected to look awfully similar to a previous Air Jordan 4. 

Alright, we’ll just come out and say it, from first glance, this rendition looks very similar to the Off-White x Air Jordan 4 “Sail” we saw drop last summer. While not exactly the same, the rendition features similar aspects that connect the two pair even without the coveted hang and of course the Off-White branding.

While no leaked images have surfaced, the pair is scheduled to feature a Sail, Cement Grey, and Fire Red design which is expected to see a Sail upper decked out in white detailing via the laces and sockliner why normal Jumpman branding will be placed at the heels. To add more flair, a paint splatter outsole is expected at the bottoms.

AIR JORDAN 4 WMNS BLANK CANVAS RELEASE INFORMATION

The Air Jordan 4 WMNS “Blank Canvas” is expected to launch on February 24th, 2022 via select Air Jordan retailers and Nike.com for a retail price of $190. Check out the early mock-up below and make sure to stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest sneaker news.

Air Jordan 4 WMNS “Blank Canvas”
Color: Sail/Sail-Cement Grey-Fire Red
Style Code: DQ4904-100
Release Date: 2022
Retail Price: $190

UPDATE 4/10: In-hand images are here with a release date being scheduled soon. Stay tuned for updates.

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UPDATE 2/10: Official images are here for the Air Jordan 4 “Canvas” are here which you can enjoy below. Stay tuned for more updates and release links when we get them.

UPDATE 2/1: More images of the Air Jordan 4 “Canvas” are here for our first detailed look at the silhouette via Chris Colgan. Stay tuned for more updates.

UPDATE 12/20: Jordan has officially revealed their Spring 2022 collection which has given us our first official look at the rendition. Enjoy below and make sure to keep it locked for updates.

Mock-Up: ZsneakerHeadZ

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