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Air Jordan IV “Fire Red” OG Autographed Game-Worn Pair on eBay

September 21, 2013 BY / 1

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If you’ve got an original pair of Air Jordan 4s in your collection, chances are they aren’t even close to wearable thanks to that bubble on the bottom. So does it really make a difference if they’re just a little worn? It does in this case-a positive one actually as MJ was the one to suit up in the sneakers. On top of that he apparently autographed this Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red” afterwards. Make sure you see the shoes in all their “Nike Air” glory below and then check out the chance to own this grail from binkable on eBay.











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DimeBagOfSwoosh

Nice. Too bad they got cracks in the sole, but it was nice knowing that the man himself balled in them.

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