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Jordans 2017, The fan-favorite "Bred" Air Jordan 4 may be the next retro to come back with its original "Nike Air" branding on the heel. The sneaker had some significant moments, like the shot over Craig Ehlo. The 1999 retro version was the last time we saw the Nike Air on the heel. The 2008 release of the Air Jordan 4 Bred in the Countdown pack and the 2012 retro release did not feature the Nike Air, but rather the Jumpman logo. Unfortunately, the 1989 pairs are readily crumbling and it seems as though the 1999 retros will be following suit shortly.
New Jordans 2016, Michael Jordan first rocked the Nike Air Jordan 4 "Bred" during the 1989 NBA Playoffs. That very same year, the beloved low-top hit the market complete with the signature Nike Air branding on the heel caps. A return of the Air Jordan 4 with all of its OG appointments would act as a celebration of the 30th anniversary of the silhouette's 1989 release. While the "Bred" 4 has be reissued multiple times over the years, most recently in 2012, this would be the first time the pair would be retroed with "Nike Air" heel tabs since 1999.
Jordan Retro Shoes, With the Air Jordan 3 celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, following the release of the highly-sought after "Black Cement" variation, the Air Jordan 4 will follow with the same celebration in 2019. One model that many are a fan of that utilizes these two colors is the Air Jordan 4 Bred. Black consumes majority of the sneaker as red accentuates the the rest of the body on the Jumpman, lining of the tongue, and outsole. White is also present on the sneaker to balance out the two primary colors. To this day the original is considered to be one of the greatest Air Jordan trainers of all time, and considering how many models it goes again, that's big.

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Jordans 2017, The fan-favorite "Bred" Air Jordan 4 may be the next retro to come back with its original "Nike Air" branding on the heel. The sneaker had some significant moments, like the shot over Craig Ehlo. The 1999 retro version was the last time we saw the Nike Air on the heel. The 2008 release of the Air Jordan 4 Bred in the Countdown pack and the 2012 retro release did not feature the Nike Air, but rather the Jumpman logo. Unfortunately, the 1989 pairs are readily crumbling and it seems as though the 1999 retros will be following suit shortly.
New Jordans 2016, Michael Jordan first rocked the Nike Air Jordan 4 "Bred" during the 1989 NBA Playoffs. That very same year, the beloved low-top hit the market complete with the signature Nike Air branding on the heel caps. A return of the Air Jordan 4 with all of its OG appointments would act as a celebration of the 30th anniversary of the silhouette's 1989 release. While the "Bred" 4 has be reissued multiple times over the years, most recently in 2012, this would be the first time the pair would be retroed with "Nike Air" heel tabs since 1999.
Jordan Retro Shoes, With the Air Jordan 3 celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, following the release of the highly-sought after "Black Cement" variation, the Air Jordan 4 will follow with the same celebration in 2019. One model that many are a fan of that utilizes these two colors is the Air Jordan 4 Bred. Black consumes majority of the sneaker as red accentuates the the rest of the body on the Jumpman, lining of the tongue, and outsole. White is also present on the sneaker to balance out the two primary colors. To this day the original is considered to be one of the greatest Air Jordan trainers of all time, and considering how many models it goes again, that's big.

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