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AIR JORDAN IV WHITE/CEMENT The Air Jordan IV White/Cement is an original colorway of the Air Jordan IV that was first released in 1989. The ‘cement’ part of the name refers to the speckled grey sections of the sneaker making up the midsole, lace wings, and back tab. The Air Jordan IV White/Cement has had two retro releases since, one in 1999 and one in 2012.
September 28th, 2011 by John Kim
Earlier today Sneaker News gave you a first look at the Air Jordan IV White/Cement Retro for February 2012. Here’s another detailed look at the GS size of that upcoming release; as mentioned before, the plastic ‘wing’ has been replaced with a leather-wrapped version seen in later Air Jordan IV retros like the ‘Mist Blue‘, ‘Cool Grey‘, and ‘Tour Yellow‘. The black speckling from the original version returns as well, but considering the last time we saw the Air Jordan IV Cement had ‘Nike Air’ on the heel, the Jumpman on the heel will take some ‘getting used to’. In any case, these will be one of the most popular Air Jordan Retro releases of 2012, so take a look at the detailed shots below and stay tuned for more updates. via kickslab.
Air Jordan IV GS
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July 22nd, 2011 by John Kim
We’ve seen quite a number of Air Jordan V releases this year and even some unreleased samples (like that blue suede pair we showed you not long ago). Here’s a look at an unreleased Air Jordan V Low in Black/Purple, spotted on the feet of Jordan Brand employee Josiah_Lake who has dubbed these the ‘Purple Haze.’ Of course, being an employee of the Jumpman will enable you to get your hands on some true gems, so perhaps these were some Mike Bibby PEs, sans the stitched ’10′ number on the heel, that were just lying around the Beaverton campus. Also notice the upcoming Air Jordan Retros on his table – namely the Air Jordan IV White/Cement and Air Jordan III Black/Cement. We’ve got extra shots for you below, so take a look and let us know what you think of this Air Jordan V Low sample.
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