Jordan 4 Retro OVO Splatter (Sample)

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Jordan 4 Retro OVO Splatter (Sample)

First appearing in August 2017, Drake’s OVO x Air Jordan 4 “Splatter” has since been the subject of immense speculation. The whispers were put on hold during his short-lived sneaker free agency, and now a new round of rumors is circulating, putting the pair up for release in early 2020. This comes after detailed shots of the OVO-branded pair have surfaced across multiple sources, with some suggesting a release as early as January/February 2020.

For those of you playing at home, this Air Jordan 4 is actually based on an unreleased sample from 1989 (pictured below), but it does come with a few minor additions: an OVO Owl hidden away behind the rear heel tab, and OVO/6 God branding hits beneath the insoles. If we compare these to the OG Bred 4s, you can also see some key differences, including the use of white on the liners, eyelets, and underlays, as well as contrast stitching on the tongue tags and — the most obvious — the tri-color splatter effects riding the heel tabs and midsoles.

First teased last May, and then shuddering back into the shadows, the unreleased OVO x Air Jordan 4 “Paint Splatter” has returned to daylight with both Travis Scott and DJ Khaled taking to social media to post an updated look at the pairs they received. The recent teasing of the sneaker has us skeptical of whether or not the highly anticipated Air Jordan 4 iteration will be released in congruence with the models 30th anniversary this year, or whether it’s simply for friends and family.


Teasing the new pair to his collaborative track with Drake, “Sicko Mode,” Travis Scott took a brief video showcasing his enthusiasm for the sneaker. The shoe, which is based off an unreleased sample from 1989, shares a similar design to the beloved “Bred” colorway, adding red laces and a unique white and red paint splatter effect throughout the midsole and heel portions.

DJ Khaled, who has a history of receiving October’s Very Own and Jordan Brand collaborations ahead of their official releases, also got his hands on a pair, and provided a much better look via his Instagram.

Take a look at the two showing off their pairs below, and make sure to stay tuned-in as details surrounding the sneaker’s release will likely be dropping in the near future.

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