“Red October” technically fell in February, so maybe it makes sense that West would be filing for rights to the name four years after the shoe’s original release.

According to TMZ, a trademark for “Red October” was applied for in 2013 (the year the namesake colorway Nike Air Yeezy 2 was first expected to release) but was never went through due to the paperwork being incomplete. The shoes finally dropped in February 2014, and as evidenced by their $5K-plus current resell value, the name clearly still holds weight.

Approval would allow West to use and potentially license the name on a wide range of products, including future sneakers.

It’s hard to say whether this implies that a return of the “Red October” concept is imminent, or simply shoring up unfinished business.