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Air Jordan 4 Retro "Bred"
An absolute icon. The Air Jordan 4 “Bred” is one of the most essential Michael Jordan signature models ever released. This is the 2012 retro version of the colorway, which is also known as the Air Jordan 4 "Blacku002FCement." It features a black nubuck upper with grey and red accents just like the original pairs Jordan wore during the 1989 NBA Playoffs, where he famously hit “The Shot” to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first round. Thanks to that legacy, and the fact that the Jordan 4 "Bred" is one of the most wearable Air Jordans ever, this style ranks high on many collectors' lists.
Air Jordan 4 Retro "Crimson Tint"
The Air Jordan 4 “Bright Crimsonu002FPale Citron” is a 2019 release of the iconic silhouette in a vibrant colorway. Inspired by the era when Michael Jordan's fourth signature shoe first released, the classic model features a late ‘80s aesthetic, constructed in white leather with black and Bright Crimson accents. A Bright Crimson paint splatter effect is added to the triangular “wings” on the upper as well as on the midsole for added flair. Light grey rubber on the midsole and outsole add a vintage look to colorway and help emphasize the throwback theme. The Air Jordan 4 “Bright Crimsonu002FPale Citron” released in March 2019.
Air Jordan 4 Retro "Crimson Tint"
The Air Jordan 4 “Bright Crimsonu002FPale Citron” is a 2019 release of the iconic silhouette in a vibrant colorway. Inspired by the era when Michael Jordan's fourth signature shoe first released, the classic model features a late ‘80s aesthetic, constructed in white leather with black and Bright Crimson accents. A Bright Crimson paint splatter effect is added to the triangular “wings” on the upper as well as on the midsole for added flair. Light grey rubber on the midsole and outsole add a vintage look to colorway and help emphasize the throwback theme. The Air Jordan 4 “Bright Crimsonu002FPale Citron” released in March 2019.
Air Jordan 4 Golf "Military Blue"
Imagining a colorway that wasn’t released in 1989 but could have been, the “Alternate” Air Jordan 4 creates a Bulls-friendly color scheme in white with red accents.
Air Jordan 4 Golf "Military Blue"
The Air Jordan 4 Golf “Military Blue” is the alternate version of the vintage basketball shoe designed for golf in an original Air Jordan colorway. The “Military Blue” was a launch colorway of the Air Jordan 4 back in 1989, and it appears here on the modified Jordan 4 Golf that features removable spikes for superior grip on the fairway. Replicating the look of the original “Military Blue” Jordan 4, the upper is constructed in white leather with Military Blue beneath the white netting on the mid-panel and tongue. The “wings” and forefoot overlay are cast in light grey hue. A white Jumpman with “Air” branding is found on the heel tab and a Military Blue Jumpman and black script “Flight” detailing appear on the tongue tag. Jordan Brand paints the midsole in Military Blue to match the rest
Air Jordan 4 Retro "Bred"
An absolute icon. The Air Jordan 4 “Bred” is one of the most essential Michael Jordan signature models ever released. This is the 2012 retro version of the colorway, which is also known as the Air Jordan 4 "Blacku002FCement." It features a black nubuck upper with grey and red accents just like the original pairs Jordan wore during the 1989 NBA Playoffs, where he famously hit “The Shot” to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first round. Thanks to that legacy, and the fact that the Jordan 4 "Bred" is one of the most wearable Air Jordans ever, this style ranks high on many collectors' lists.
Air Jordan 4 Retro "White Oreo"
Air Jordan 4 Retro "White Oreo"
The Air Jordan 4 “White Oreo” is a Summer 2021 release by Jordan Brand that combines two popular colorways of Michael Jordan’s fourth signature shoe into one design. The styles we’re referring to are the Jordan 4 “Oreo” and “Whiteu002FCement,” which are fused together to create the predominantly monochromatic white design of the “White Oreo.” Like the “Whiteu002FCement,” the “White Oreo” shares a white tumbled leather construction with cement grey speckling on the eyelets and on the painted midsole. White netting can be found on both the mid-panel and tongue. Jordan Brand paints the model’s signature “wings” white and adds a Fire Red embroidered Jumpman to the white leather tongue. A metallic silver Jumpman logo adorns the heel. A small visible Air unit can be found in the heel of the c
Air Jordan 4 Retro "Bred 2019 Release"
This Air Jordan 4 “Bred” is the 2019 retro of the iconic colorway of Michael Jordan’s fourth signature shoe. The famous black and red version of the Jordan 4 returned in the spring of 2019 with its original “Nike Air” branding on the heel for the first time since its first retro release in 1999. Now 20 years after that first retro and 30 years after its initial 1989 release, the “Bred” Air Jordan 4 looks just as outstanding as ever. This true-to-OG retro features a black Durabuck (synthetic nubuck) upper with grey, red, and white accents throughout. In addition to the large Nike Air logo on the heel tab, the original Nike branding is also present on the outsole and sockliner. The Air Jordan 4 “Bred” released on May 4, 2019.
Air Jordan 4 Retro "Cool Grey"
The Air Jordan 4 “Cool Grey” is the 2019 retro of the classic colorway. Originally released in 2004 as one of the first non-original colorways of the iconic Air Jordan 4, the “Cool Grey” edition became a rare and coveted sneaker throughout the years. Jordan collectors welcomed it back in 2019 with open arms. This 2019 version features the exact same look as the original release, constructed with a grey nubuck upper with black accents and a white midsole. Hits of yellow are found on the “Flight” logo on the tongue, the “Air Jordan” patch on the inside of the tongue, the visible Air unit, and outsole accents. Chrome Jumpman logos on each heel complete the classic look. The Air Jordan 4 “Cool Grey” released on August 1, 2019.
Air Jordan 4 Retro "Travis Scott - Cactus Jack"
Following his popular Nike Air Force 1 collaboration with mix-and-match Swooshes, Travis Scott continued his reign as one of the sneaker world's hottest collaborators in 2018 with the Air Jordan 4 "Cactus Jack". The bright blue nubuck construction with black and red accents takes inspiration from the team colors of the now defunct Houston Oilers football team, a reference to the rapper's Texas roots. Speckled detailing and Scott's "Cactus Jack" logo on the left heel tab add more personal touches to the shoe.
Air Jordan 4 Retro "Lightning 2021"
The Air Jordan 4 “Lightning 2021” is a modern re-issue of the desirable colorway of Michael Jordan’s fourth signature shoe that was originally released in August 2006. Without question one of the most sought-after non-original Air Jordan shoes ever, the first “Lightning” was released in hyper-limited quantities exclusively on Jumpman23.com (the former Jordan Brand website) alongside a "reverse" black and yellow “Thunder” Jordan 4, together creating the “Thunder & Lightning” pack. The “Lightning” was accompanied by an Air Jordan “Flight” T-shirt and the “Thunder” was paired with a varsity jacket. In 2012, Jordan Brand brought back the “Thunder,” but curiously decided against releasing the “Lightning.” 15 years after its debut, the “Lightning” returned in near true-to-original fashion. Li
Air Jordan 4 Retro "Lightning 2021"
The Air Jordan 4 “Lightning 2021” is a modern re-issue of the desirable colorway of Michael Jordan’s fourth signature shoe that was originally released in August 2006. Without question one of the most sought-after non-original Air Jordan shoes ever, the first “Lightning” was released in hyper-limited quantities exclusively on Jumpman23.com (the former Jordan Brand website) alongside a "reverse" black and yellow “Thunder” Jordan 4, together creating the “Thunder & Lightning” pack. The “Lightning” was accompanied by an Air Jordan “Flight” T-shirt and the “Thunder” was paired with a varsity jacket. In 2012, Jordan Brand brought back the “Thunder,” but curiously decided against releasing the “Lightning.” 15 years after its debut, the “Lightning” returned in near true-to-original fashion. Li
Air Jordan 4 Retro "Military Black"
The Air Jordan 4 “Military Black” is a neutral colorway of the retro basketball shoe designed in the same color block as the model’s popular. original “Military Blue” style from 1989. The Jordan 4 “Black Military” is undoubtedly inspired by the Jordan 4 “Military” from 1989 as it features the same color design as the throwback colorway. just with black accents instead of blue. The shoe’s upper is constructed with a white leather base with grey suede on the forefoot overlay. The TPU eyelets and heel counter are accented in black. As are the underlays beneath the netting on the sides and on the tongue. Classic Jumpman logo detailing can be found on the heel and on the tongue tag. Release date: May 21. 2022
Air Jordan 4 Retro "Lightning 2021"
The Air Jordan 4 “Lightning 2021” is a modern re-issue of the desirable colorway of Michael Jordan’s fourth signature shoe that was originally released in August 2006. Without question one of the most sought-after non-original Air Jordan shoes ever, the first “Lightning” was released in hyper-limited quantities exclusively on Jumpman23.com (the former Jordan Brand website) alongside a "reverse" black and yellow “Thunder” Jordan 4, together creating the “Thunder & Lightning” pack. The “Lightning” was accompanied by an Air Jordan “Flight” T-shirt and the “Thunder” was paired with a varsity jacket. In 2012, Jordan Brand brought back the “Thunder,” but curiously decided against releasing the “Lightning.” 15 years after its debut, the “Lightning” returned in near true-to-original fashion. Li