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Detailed images of the rumored upcoming “Desert Moss“ Union LA x Nike Air Jordan 4 have leaked online, giving us our best look yet at the supposed 30-year anniversary colorway. The leak follows on-foot images of the alternate “Taupe Haze” Union LA x Nike Air Jordan 4 that hit the web several weeks ago.

Union Los Angeles is rumored to be releasing two more colorways of their popular Nike Air Jordan 4 collaboration from 2020 in celebration of the retailer’s 30th anniversary this year.

Although nothing is confirmed just yet, both colorways are expected to serve as follow-ups to last year's "Off Noir" and "Guava" colorways. All four colorways feature similar color-blocking and materials, as well as the signature folded tongue.

The “Desert Moss” colorway is definitely the most eyebrow-raising of the four, as it pairs mustard yellow suede with purple mesh and blue accents on the heel and lace cage. The original two colorways were initially unpopular, though that changed leading up to the official retail release, as is often the case with hyped sneakers.

Stay tuned for updates regarding this release. In the meantime, check out the leaked images above.

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