The Air Jordan 4 has been a revered silhouette since it first hit shelves in February 1989. That OG release featured 3 colourways—including this exact make-up, with a white base overlaid by tones of black and Fire Red. This Jordan 4 consists of a white leather upper with black and Fire Red detailing. Rubber netted underlays, black heel tabs with "Nike Air" branding, and black with fire red midsoles completes this design. Other original details include a visible Air sole unit and tongue patch with a Jumpman logo and Flight script graphic.
The Air Jordan 4 Retro "Fire Red" brings back one of the all time classic colourways complete with the "Nike Air" branding on the heel for the first time since its original debut in 1989 making this the first true reissue of the Air Jordan 4 "Fire Red". Now, for the first time since that '89 debut, the style is back in its full and original form. Familiar features include vintage Nike Air branding on the heel, as well as a throwback Nike Air hangtag and original packaging. The rest of the build is recreated faithfully, highlighted by a white leather upper with Fire Red detailing on the molded eyelets and outsole.
New Jordans revisited an iconic colorway with the Air Jordan 4 Fire Red (2020), now available on buythesneaker.com. The 2021 edition of the Air Jordan 4 Retro OG "Fire Red" brings back the classic colorway first released in 1989, complete with the iconic Nike Air logo emblazoned on the heel. Seeing a white leather upper with Fire Red detailing, visible Air sole unit, tongue patch with Jumpman logo and Flight script graphic. Known for its more straightforward and fitting white/black/red colorway, the Fire Red Jordan 4s were at one point a coveted grail until Jordan Brand appeased fans with the infamous "Mars" edition in 2006.
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