With the release of the Maroon 6s this past weekend and the Cement 4s upcoming in February, it looks like Jordan Brand is going back to its root of really sticking to the OG form of their sneakers.
The Air Jordan 3, 4, 5 and 6 models and colorways all featured Nike Air on the back instead of the Jumpman logo when they initially released. Sneakerheads have been asking for Jordan Brand to bring it back, which they are now doing.
Up next are the "Military Blue" Air Jordan 4s, which last released in 2012 and in 2006. However, unlike the past two retro releases, this one will feature Nike Air on the back, according to Sneaker Bar Detroit.
Sources say this shoe will release in the Fall of 2016 for a retail price tag of $220. It will, of course, be in its premium remastered form.