February 17, 2012 BY John Kim
With Jordan Brand re-releasing and introducing dozens of new and old Air Jordan Retros every year, the line that separates that ‘OG’ sneakerheads and the young guns tends to get blurred at a faster pace. Not to say that the two groups, while distinct, should necessarily be separated, but those who were around to bask in the glory of the original issue tend to appreciate these types of releases a lot more. If the ‘type’ we’re alluding to isn’t obvious to you, we’ll sum it up in these four words: Greatest of All Time. The Air Jordan IV in the White/Cement colorway is regarded, by some, to hold that famed title as the best to ever do it, and considering it hasn’t seen the light of day since it last appeared in 1999, the White/Cement will undoubtedly re-live that eminence and while providing a swift splash of cold water to the face of those who have strayed from the consuming hobby of collecting and wearing Air Jordans. Tomorrow is indeed the official release date of the Air Jordan IV ‘White/Cement’, so grab these at your local Jordan Brand retailer and let us know where the White/Cement IV ranks among the list of best Retro releases of the last decade. Won’t be able to hit up a store? Get one at the convenience of your home computer by shopping around from yellownsxt on eBay.
Air Jordan IV