Jordan Brand's year-long celebration of the Air Jordan 4's 30th anniversary is coming to a close and they've got a few more all-new colorways in the stash. Among them, the "What The" Air Jordan 4 that'll be arriving at retailers on Saturday, November 23 for the retail price of $200. 

That said, you can cop a pair early via StockX and the kicks will only cost slightly more than retail. For example, select sizes can be had right now for $220, while the average resale price across all sizes is hovering below $250. If you're concerned your local retailers will sell out, and that's a likely scenario, it'll be worth it to secure your pair now ahead of the release.

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The mismatched "What The" mashup features elements from each of the four original Air Jordan 4 colorways: "White Cement," "Bred," "Military Blue," and "Fire Red." The kicks also come equipped with the beloved "Nike Air" branding on the heel tabs which is always a welcomed detail.

If you're a fan of the OG AJ4s but the "What The" colorway is a little to loud for your liking, the 2012 "Military Blue" and "Fire Red" colorways are available now on StockX for roughly $250. The "White Cement" joint, which last released in 2016, is a bit more pricey with an average resale price of $340.

Click here to see how much the Air Jordan 4 "What The" is selling for in your size.

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