Nike Air Jordan 4 (IV) (BRED) (2012)


308497 089 | black, cement grey-fire red | 2012

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Inspired by the legendary Michael Jordan, Air Jordan by Nike is undoubtedly the most popular sneaker series of all time. The Nike Air Jordan 4 (IV) (BRED) was first released in 1989, at the time when Michael Jordan was at the peak of his career. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan 4 combined several new and old design concepts from previous releases.

Key Features/Appearance

For instance, the Air Jordan 4 introduced side straps for increased ankle support. The J IV also borrowed the air sole heel first seen on the Air Jordan 3. The initial color scheme was designed to pay homage to the Bulls’ away team colors and it was hugely popular. The Nike Retro re-issue of the Air Jordan 4 was no different; it gave the fans a real chance of getting their hands on a piece of the team’s history.

The Retro design features the original colorway, visible Air, ankle straps, as well as a premium synthetic and a mesh upper. Playing in these retros gives a nostalgic feeling; it’s comfortable and definitely top-notch. This amazing shoe can be a great addition to your retro collection. Any sneakerhead out there can attest to the fact that the Nike Air Jordan 4 (BRED) is one of the best retros Nike has ever released.

How to Wear Your Air Jordan IV

Even if you rock an awesome pair of Nikes such as the Air Jordan 4, it doesn’t make much difference to your appearance if you don’t know how to wear it. We’ll share a few key pointers to help you get the most out your investment. For starters, don’t let your pants drape over or cover your kicks — don’t wear sneakers with baggy jeans. Get a good pair of slim jeans to wear with the sneakers and tuck them into the shoes to show your kicks. Also, don’t wear kicks with formal clothing.

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