April 23, 2012 BY John Kim / 0
When exactly did Michael Jordan wear the ‘Fire Red’ IV in his career? Well, he first debuted the Air Jordan IV during the 1989 All-Star Game (wearing the Bred IV), then rocked the White/Cement IV for the remainder of the ’89 campaign. The Fire Red colorway didn’t make a debut until the following ’89-’90 season, being MJ’s go-to pair until the Air Jordan V made its own debut in the ’90 All-Star Game. The ‘Fire Red’ IV made headlines again in 2006 with the ‘Mars’ release, and this August, we’ll get the opportunity once more (sans Mars, and ‘Varsity’ instead of ‘Fire’) as Jordan Brand continues its year-long celebration of the Air Jordan IV. We’ve got another thorough look at the kids size of this upcoming August release, so take a look and we’ll keep you updated with more Jordan Brand news. Photos: air-randy
Air Jordan IV
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...they know the kids who rocked and watched Jordan are all grown up now....some of us are probably well over 30. They know hype is gonna be built around an impending shoe, so why not take advantage of that and make us satiate our first by giving our kids some J's? Hell I bought some Jordan booties for a friends new born a few months ago.
My Favorite Jordan! Especially the MARS emblem on the side of em. I know these aint got em. Still my fav tho!