Tinker Hatfield has designed some pretty incredible sneakers over the years, including the Air Jordan 4. Overall, this was the follow-up to his first sneaker for Michael Jordan, the Air Jordan 3. Although we have endured over 30 years of this sneaker, it remains extremely popular. It is just a classic silhouette that fans associate with streetwear culture, as well as MJ's individual greatness. In 2023, this shoe remains an icon, and it is also a timeless silhouette that will likely never go out of style.
When this shoe was first released in 1989, it came out in four colorways. This included "Fire Red," "Military Blue," "White Cement," and "Bred." To this day, all four of these colorways are concerned some of the best to ever be released. Although many of these have gotten their own retros over the last decade, still fans are wanting more. Moreover, with the "Reimagined" series being introduced, fans have wondered if an AJ4 would be produced. Well, according to Sneaker Files and @zsneakerheadz, the answer is yes.
"Bred Reimagined" Air Jordan 4
As you can see in the photo up above, there will be a "Bred Reimagined" version of the Air Jordan 4. Although we have already reported on this, there are always new updates. For instance, this shoe is going to be covered in black premium leather. Furthermore, the back heel of the shoe will have the iconic Nike Air logo. Overall, this is going to be an amazing release, and sneakerheads will be tripping over themselves to cop it.
Although an exact release date has not been announced, it has been confirmed that this shoe is likely to come out in March of next year. Moreover, the price for this shoe has yet to be revealed. However, there is no doubt that this will be a huge release for all of the hardcore Jumpman enthusiasts out there. Let us know what you think of this Air Jordan 4, in the comments section below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for the latest news and updates from around the sneaker world. We will be sure to bring you the biggest releases from the biggest brands.