June 8, 2012 BY John Kim
Six years ago this September, Jordan Brand re-released one of the first non-Bulls colorways of the Tinker-era Air Jordan. The Military Blue matched with white and grey created a perfect mix for the Air Jordan IV, paving the way for a slew of other non-Bulls colorways that followed (like the Air Jordan V ‘Grape’, Air Jordan VI ‘Sport Blue’, and so on). A lot has changed in the sneaker game since 2006; prices, quality, and demand have all fluctuated, and it’s especially noticeable for the Air Jordan IV considering it made a steep jump of $45 ($115 in 2006, $160 today). Will these sit on shelves in some areas, like they did back in 2006? Chances are the Military IV won’t see the same fate, so be sure to cop yours this Saturday when they hit Jordan Brand retailers nationwide, or snag ’em now from jayyzurr on eBay.
Air Jordan IV Retro
White/Neutral Grey-Military Blue