With 2012 marking the 23rd anniversary of the Air Jordan IV, Jordan Brand has plans for the release of all four original colorways of the IV sneaker throughout the year.
Late last year, we posted a first look at the white/cement grey retro of the Air Jordan silhouette (via HypeBeast.com), and now, here’s yet another clearer look of the upcoming first release in the series.
The Air Jordan IV was originally worn by Michael Jordan back in 1989 and became iconic thanks to Spike Lee’s film “Do the Right Thing,” released the same year.
This sneaker boasts many of the same characteristics of the original, with the bold red Jumpman logo on the tongue. It also sports a predominately white look with cement grey and black accents throughout.
The Air Jordan IV hits retailers for the first time since 1999 on February 18, and will retail at $160.