Air Jordan 4 News & Update: New Colorway Coming In 2017! Know New Style, Price & More Here!

By Jeanne Anne , Updated Oct 23, 2016 11:54 PM EDT

Air Jordan's Shoe Series is one of the most celebrated brands and the much-awaited release by sneaker fans. This coming 2017, sneakerheads have the to celebrate as Air Jordan 4 is set to have a new colorway!

Air Jordan 4 will introduce its new colorway, called Royalty, to the world this coming January, SneakerNews reported. The known classic and retro style of the Jumpman will have a touch of luxury with suede black skin and nubuck.

Air Jordan 4 Royalty is also embellished with metallic gold that accentuates the shoes' support wings and the Jumpman logo. The shoes' main base is black while its tongue remains to have the "Flight" brand.

In the photos now emerging online, the footwear can be seen with a new heel branding that carries a more pendant look. Aside from that, Air Jordan 4 Royalty has a white midsole and outsole with a clean finish that delivers modest but lavish style.


A photo posted by zSneakerHeadz (@zsneakerheadz) on Oct 21, 2016 at 5:02am PDT

Footwear News cited that the Air Jordan brand welcomed 2016 with a bang by delivering impeccable shoe styles with Air Jordan 4 Alternate 89, White Cement, Dunk from Above and other premium releases. Even so, it looks like the Jumpman will welcome 2017 with bigger surprises!

Although there is no exact date yet for the release of Air Jordan 4 Royalty, some expect that it will be dropped in January next year. In fact, an Instagram user named @zSneakerHeadz confirmed that the new colorway will come in the first month of 2017.

If this indeed is true, it is a very nice way for the sneakerheads to welcome the year. The avid fan also noted that Air Jordan 4 Royalty might have a retail price of $190. Air Jordan still has a lot of shoe series releases before the year ends and surely, in the coming year. Keep tuned to GamenGuide for more news and updates!

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