Nike and Jordan announced Monday that they are teaming up to make shoes that have the durability to stand up to the rigors of the world.
The sneakers, which will be released in spring 2019, are made from a new blend of high-grade leather, Kevlar, and carbon fiber.
The partnership with Jordan comes after the companies said earlier this year that they were looking to launch a range of other footwear that can survive the rigours of extreme environments.
“These sneakers are the first step in our mission to provide our consumers with the durability and durability in-depth comfort of footwear that is unparalleled in the marketplace,” said Jordan Brand Vice President of Product Management Tom Moore.
“The collaboration is an important first step toward delivering a premium experience for our fans and a commitment to innovation that can help create lasting value for our consumers.”
The Nike Jordan 4D boots are set to go on sale in spring 2020, priced at $120.
They will be the first pair of shoes in the Jordan range to feature the 3D fabric.