Brazilian soccer player and Nike athlete Neymar Jr has recently revealed that he is cooking up two pairs of Nike Shox R4’s in a new collaboration.

Neymar Jr has scattered his fans evenly throughout, as the Brazilian soccer player has become one of the most famous athletes in the world. He is one of the few to call himself a Nike athlete and is likely one of their top performers. Now he looks to have two signature Nike Shox R4’s in the works

The original retro Nike Shox turns 19 years old this year. As the silhouette and “Shox” cushioning system is argued to be one of the most iconic models in sneaker history, the hype died down when other technology was introduced. Nike looks to revisit the past and team up with Neymar for two different colorways that might just revive the legendary shoe.

The two pairs look to be the exact opposites of each other. One has a bright neon gradient upper that features crimson red accents. While the second is dressed in all white and contains a red Nike Shox cushioning system. As both are widely different, they both contain Neymar branding on the tongue.

As of now, not much is known about the shoes or the collaboration itself. Furthermore, detailed pictures can be seen below and as more information is released JustFreshKicks always has you covered so stay tuned for updates.

Update 5/06: Although there is no official release date slated as of yet, new images were just revealed thanks to gc911. Check them out below for a better look and stay tuned for more updates.

Update 5/21: We just received official word from Nike regarding the Nike Shox R4 Neymar Jr and their anticipated release date. Each colorway resembles different segments of Neymar Jr’s life. The brighter one draws from Watermelon and the second is inspired by the markets in Sao Paulo where he spent most of his childhood. They will be released on May 30th, 2019 at select retailers and for an unknown retail price as of now. Get a better look below and stay tuned as JustFreshKicks will update you as soon as we get more information on the release.