One of the most limited and coveted Air Jordans of all-time has resurfaced. Thanks to sneaker resell shop @solesupremacy, we now have a look at a sample pair of an UNDFTD x Air Jordan 4 retro. 

The original pair debuted in 2005 and was limited to only 72 pairs. Of those pairs, 50 were raffled in-store, seven were auctioned online, and the rest were reserved for friends and family. They've since become some of the most expensive sneakers on the resell market, with prices reaching well over $20,000. A pair is currently available on Flight Club for an insane price of $47,500.

While this new sample bears the same olive green, orange, and black color scheme as the original, its materials and overall quality are noticeably lacking in comparison to the original version. However, this sample does retain the unique velcro tongue tags present on the OG. Another minor detail that has been changed on the sample is that the "UNDEFEATED" tag on the inner tongue has been changed from black to orange. 

There has been speculation that this could be a sample for an upcoming retro, but this notion was refuted by @sneakerslut23 on Instagram, who posted additional pics of the shoe after @solesupremacy's leak and stated that they will not be releasing.

 

That 2017 ish And no it’s NOT releasing. Swipe for the best part

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