Jordan Brand will be dropping a GS variation of the newly coveted Air Jordan 4 that features a storybook theme dedicated to “Where the Wild Things Are”. 

Most likely a book the majority of you have read or have some familiarity with, Jordan Brand will be taking an unconventional direction with this Air Jordan 4, which is something pretty cool. The book was originally released way back in 1963 and was written by American Write and Illustrator Maurice Sendak so being celebrated in 2021 is only a testament to the vital role the book has played in many lives.

No leaked images have surfaced of the rendition yet but based on the mock-up, expect an earthy tonal upper with soft and shaggy suede across the entire silhouette. Maroon and Lime accents will be included throughout while a white and brown midsole and matching outsole finish off the new rendition.


The new rendition will be releasing this Holiday 2021 season via select Jordan retailers and While much of the release information is still unannounced so far, make sure to keep it locked to JustFreshKicks as we follow the release closely and provide updates accordingly.

Air Jordan 4 GS “Where The Wild Things Are”
Color: Sail/University Red-Hemp-Barely Volt
Style Code: DH0572-264
Release Date: November 5, 2021
Retail Price: $140


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UPDATE 10/09: Ahead of the expected November release, the Air Jordan 4 “Where the Wild Things Are” has been revealed in official images. Enjoy below and keep it locked for updates.

UPDATE 8/20: Official photos are here which gives us a first look at the kids “Where the Wild Things Are” inspired Air Jordan 4. Check the images out below and stay tuned for further updates.

Mock-Up: ZsneakerHeadz

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