Back in 2018, when Travis Scott was working on his own version of the Air Jordan 4, he was experimenting with a wide range of different colorways. Before he settled on the now-iconic "University Blue," he also played around with the idea of a purple pair as well as a green version. Obviously, neither of these ended up seeing the light of day, but the upcoming Air Jordan 4 SE Craft "Medium Olive" is as close to it as it gets.
One of the latest sneakers to drop as part of Jordan Brand's Craft series, the "Medium Olive" features a multi-material construction that's as premium as it gets. Working on top of a soft quilted base, it's overlaid by leather, nubuck, and suede throughout. Rubber elements make their way to the eyestays and heel badge, where you'll also find a "Pale Vanilla" Jumpman logo.
Underfoot, the Nike Air midsole has been left all white, and it's lined with a gray and black rubber outsole which brings things back down to earth. All of this comes with an extra set of laces, as well as an exclusive shoebox that hardcore AJ4 fans will definitely appreciate.
Not much else is known about the Air Jordan 4 SE Craft "Medium Olive" at this moment in time, but according to our sources, it'll drop on December 2nd. Let us know if you'll be adding these to your winter rotation, and while you're here, here's everything we know so far about the Air Jordan 4 "Bred Reimagined"!