A classic Jordan colorway is coming back in May.
Initially released in 1989, one of the most iconic and popular Air Jordan models is the Air Jordan 4. The colorway that made the shoe as famous as it is now is the "Bred" model which has seen multiple retros throughout the years. This year, Jordan Brand is planning on releasing the "Bred" colorway of the shoe once again, but this time, it will come in its OG form, sporting Nike Air branding on the back, something that has become important for sneakerheads. Nike Air branding most recently came to the Air Jordan 6 "Infrared" which ultimately made it a more attractive shoe to the OG Jordan heads out there.
This model features all the same great features you would come to expect from the Air Jordan 4. The midsole comes in a grey cement and white mixture, while the upper is primarily made of black leather. Red highlights find their way throughout the shoe, primarily on the cuff, the Jumpman logo on the tongue, and the outsole. These latest pictures courtesy of @dirtymoney 823 give us an in-depth look at what the shoe will look like.
These are rumored to release on May 11th and will cost $220 USD.
Will you be copping these classic sneakers or are they a pass for now?