Picture this: It’s 1989, and the Chicago Bulls are up against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference First Round. There’s literally a few seconds remaining, and just as the Cavs are about to win, Michael Jordan hits “The Shot“, which to this day is still one of the most talked-about basketball moments in history. Fast forward thirty years, and the Air Jordan 4 ‘Bred’ that he was rocking is getting a re-release, and we’re taking an on foot look!
A one-to-one take of the ’89 OG, the ‘Bred’ is painted in a stealthy black base with ‘Cement Grey’ and ‘Fire Red’ accents throughout. Premium nubuck and breathable mesh construct the upper, while original details such as the hangtag, Jordan “Flight” branding, and the all-important “NIKE AIR” heel tab make a return.
Set to drop in its original box, the Air Jordan 4 Retro OG ‘Bred’ will release on May 4th, and if we’re correct, it’s probably going to be a pretty difficult cop, so be sure to keep it locked at The Sole Supplier for more release info! Let us know if you’ll be adding a pair to your sneaker collection, and while you’re here, take a look at the full Nike sneaker range!
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