The Air Jordan4, Michael Jordan’s fourth signature shoe, debuted in 1989 in February during the 1989 NBA All-Star Game in Houston.
The Jordan 4 was the second Jordan model designed by legend Tinker Hatfield. It felt like the perfect evolution of the Jordan3. The shoe also featured a visible Air Max cushioning unit, the iconic netting on the upper, and plastic lace eyelet wings.
The Jordan 4 holds up surprisingly well as an on-court performer. There are of course better performance models nowadays, but, if you are looking for a pair of retro Jordans to hoop in, and you love the Air Jordan 4, go right ahead. Jordan 4 Reps for sale
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Over three decades later, the Air Jordan 1 is arguably bigger than it’s ever been. While OG colorways like the “Bred,” “Royal,” or “Shadow” are still the gold standard for plenty of people, Jordan Brand hasn’t slowed up its efforts to add to the extensive catalog of colorways. These days, 60+ colorways of the 1 releasing in a year isn’t uncommon.
Are the OG color schemes still the best option? Pretty much. But there are still plenty of solid new colorways that you should not stray away from for the sake of a purist’s opinion. Wear whatever you like. The younger you are, the less the historical significance likely means to you anyway.
History is important though, especially for a shoe like the 1s. Do a bit of research. It will make your favorite pair that much more important to you. However, there are still 1s that are best left off your feet like these, for example. Leave these on the shelf, too.