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After Virgil Abloh debuted his cream Off-White™ x Nike Air Jordan 4 on the Paris runway over the weekend, rumors followed that a “Bred” version will be released alongside it during the fall/winter 2020 season.

While the “Bred” version was not seen on the runway, it would make sense that two colorways are released, as Abloh’s past Nike collaborations have almost always come in multiple colorways. The only shoe for which this is not true is the recently-released Air Jordan 5. Though that silhouette is also rumored to have a second, cream colorway to be released in the near future.

Both Off-White™ x Air Jordan 4 were previously presented as prototypes during Virgil’s MCA Chicago “Figures of Speech” exhibition.  If rumors are to be believed, we’ll see both sneakers drop in August for $200 each.

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