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The Air Jordan 4 sneaker is having quite the year, from long-awaited revivals to "new year, new me" makeovers. Yep, Nike has some new versions of the Jordan 4 coming out this year, most notably the launch of the Air Jordan 4 RM sneaker.

What does RM mean, you may ask? The mystery remains. (Remix? Remastered? Really, Man?). Nevertheless, the Jordan 4 RM model is already making noise in sneaker group chats, and it's not even out yet. 

Official looks at the Jordan 4 RM have landed on the sneaker 'net, though, igniting reactions from longtime Jordan fans over the brand-new look, a rather chunky departure from the OG we've loved for the last 36 years. At the same time, we are talking about a remixed model here, so changes are expected.

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The Air Jordan 4 RM shoe ditches a few classic details, like the netted caging and unforgettable shoelace eyelets. The classic "Wings" and heel tab aren't as we remember them, either. They are now more refined details.

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The Jordan 4 RM offers some nifty textures, such as creamy leather and slightly fuzzy suede. Seemingly meshy moments strike around the tongue, while the collar looks even more comfy than ever (definitely a plus). 

As we've seen with earlier leaks, the remastered Jordan 4 shoes sits pretty low, almost like a genuine Air Jordan 4 Low. But again, this is part of the remastered plan.

As for the overall shape, the Jordan 4 RM sneaker is pretty thick. The new chunked-up design echoes the feels of earlier skate shoes. One commenter even called them "what the Jordan 4 SB should have been," referencing the extremely sought-after "Pine Green" collab from 2023.

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Some moments stay true to the AJ4 DNA, of course. For starters, Nike Air naturally flows through the new model's soles, much like the OG shoe. 

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No Bike Air here, but there are plenty of classic Nike Air and Jumpman stamps throughout the sneaker, including a textural branded badge on the reimagined tongue. 

In its soon-come debut, the Air Jordan 4 RM sneaker is set to receive some pretty solid colorways, including a "Canyon Rust," "Green," and "Black/Light Bone" scheme.

Nigel Sylvester apparently gave the latter option a BMX welcome earlier this year, followed by a reveal of his own buzzy spin on the new Jordan 4 model.

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Like Sylvester's highly-anticipated RMs, the general release colorways are expected to slide in sometime during Summer 2024. 

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What more can I say? Here's to a summer of beefy remixed Jordans.

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