NIKE AIR JORDAN 4 RETRO "MARS BLACKMON," 2006

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WHITE/VARSITY RED/BLACK
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Nike Air Jordan IV

In 1989, Nike released the Tinker Hatfield-designed Air Jordan IV model in four original colorways. It was the first model to ever have a global release and was introduced with a good deal of hype via one of the iconic Spike Lee/Mars Blackmon ads. Spike Lee was such a big fan of the style that he included the white/cement version in a classic scene in his seminal film Do the Right Thing. These were also the model Michael Jordan was wearing on court when he made “The Shot” against the Cavaliers in the 1989 playoffs. The style was first brought back on its 10-year anniversary in 1999 and then again in 2004. Since then new iterations and rereleases of original colorways have been released roughly every two years. Both the original and the 1999 release feature the Nike Air logo on the heel, whereas later versions feature Jordan Jumpman branding until 2016, when Jordan Brand finally brought the original logo back for the Remastered series.


  • White / varsity red-black

  • Size US 9

  • Made in China

  • Condition: VNDS (very near deadstock), worn once and show no signs of wear

 

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