The Air Jordan 4 was the second chapter in what would be a long novel of one-of-a-kind creations from Tinker Hatfield engineered for no one other than Michael Jordan. The AJ4 would headline the 1988-1989 season in which Jordan and the Chicago Bulls were just one series win short of reaching their first NBA Finals appearance with his Airness at the helm. Branding appears in the form of a red Jumpman on the tongue tag and the red "Nike Air" logo on the back of the shoe. A black mudguard and white midsole with a visible Air unit in the heel put the finishing touches on this timeless look for the Jordan 4. The rest of the shoe is also as close to the original as possible, which includes a return to the "OG" shape and color scheme. The upper features smooth white leather on the toe, collar, and heel. White netting can be found on both the throat and mid-panel. The eyelets, liner, and outsole are done up in Fire Red as a salute to the original look.
Nike Shoes, Dressed in a Silver, Light Graphite, Orange Peel, and Sport Red color scheme. Re-releasing for the first time since 2007, this Air Jordan 3 returns with true-to-form coloring and upgraded materials. Though relatively true-to-form in color, the pair upgrades its materials dramatically. Premium genuine leathers outfit much of the upper in the grey neutral, while the midsole complements a bit darker with its matted finish. With hits of Sport Red and Orange Peel on the tongue, eyelets, Air bag and heel tab, the upgraded construction features a genuine leather upper, matte-finished midsole and elephant print overlays on the forefoot and heel.
2020 Jordans, Straightforward in its homage, the pair leads with a woven jock tag at the tongue, further nodding to collegiate sports outside of its color alone. The uppers look set to be crafted from supple suede for a premium-quality feel throughout, while synthetic and mesh panels create a textured look.