For its 30th Anniversary, New Air Jordans 2019 will be celebrating the Air Jordan 4 by releasing a special-edition "What The" colorway during the 2019 holiday season. The Air Jordan 4 debuted in 1989 and was designed by Tinker Hatfield. It features lightweight netting and plastic wings on the upper as well as visible Max Air. The original colorways of the Air Jordan 4 are "White/Cement," "Bred," "Military," and "Fire Red."
In 2019, Retro Jordan is poised to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the shoe with various releases. The love-hate "What The" concept has been dormant for the past couple of years. Some pairs, like the original "What The Dunk" from 2007, are highly-coveted to this day. Other pairs that have utilized the mashup concept have not had the same staying power. The Air Jordan 4 is reportedly the next silhouette in line for the multi-colored treatment.
Back in 2013, there was an unreleased Air Jordan 9 that surfaced, and now it looks like that sample could finally be making its retail debut. Dressed in a White, Black, and Red color scheme. No leaked photos have surfaced, but this Air Jordan 9 is expected to look very similar to that sample. It will feature a White leather upper with Red covering majority of the shoe detailed with Black on the branding, tongues, laces, and heel pull tab.