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OFFICIAL: Air Jordan IV “Bred” 2012 Info

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Updated: October 23th, 2012

The Air Jordan IV ‘Bred’ is an original colorway of Michael Jordan’s fourth signature sneaker, one that is set to release once again in 2012. The ‘Bred’ nickname is a combination of black and red, the two dominating shades on the classic sneaker. The Air Jordan IV ‘Bred’ is set to follow up the Air Jordan III ‘Black/Cement’ as this year’s Black Friday release, with a release date of November 23rd. Take a look at out the full set of photos we’ve got a lined up after the jump to get a full preview and check the info below for the latest word on the Air Jordan IV ‘Bred’.

Color: Black/Cement Grey-Fire Red
Style: 308497-089
Release Date: 11/23/12
Price: $160

Updated May 8th, 2012: Air Jordan XI + IV ‘Bred’ – Increased Prices For Holiday 2012
Reports of an increased retail price for the Air Jordan IV ‘Bred’ 2012 arrive.

Updated May 9th, 2012: Jordan Brand Clears Up Holiday 2012 Retro Price Hike
Official word comes down that the price for the Air Jordan IV ‘Bred’ 2012 will remain at $160.

Updated June 30th, 2012: Air Jordan IV GS Bred 2012
The first photos of the Air Jordan IV ‘Bred’ 2012 arrive, showing off the smaller sizes.

Updated July 16th, 2012: Air Jordan IV – Black – Cement Grey – Fire Red
Photos of the Air Jordan IV ‘Bred’ 2012 in the adult sizes arrive.

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Images: Marquee Sole

For the original post from Marh 9th, 2012, please see the next page.

—–ORIGINAL POST: March 9th, 2012——

Not that this should come as a surprise, the Air Jordan IV ‘Bred’ is indeed confirmed for a release in 2012, likely falling as this year’s coveted Black Friday release. Apparently following a similar release schedule as the Air Jordan III 2011 Retros, the Air Jordan IV Retros should once again crack the Top 30 of the 2012 and be one of the most talked-about releases of the year. Are you planning on copping the Air Jordan IV ‘Bred’?, or are your 2008 CDP releases still a strong part of your rotation? We’ll keep you updated on the influx of Air Jordan Retro confirmed releases, so in the meantime, let us know your thoughts on Jordan Brand‘s insane Holiday 2012 release schedule in the comments section below. via NT

Air Jordan IV
Black/Fire Red-Cement Grey