When word first hit that the Air Jordan IV “Fear” was part of a great group including the Air Jordan III and the Air Jordan V, it was assumed that those other models would bunch up with similar colorways. That’s not entirely the case, as the Air Jordan IV from the trio actually ends up as the odd man out of sorts. The Air Jordan III “Fear” and the Air Jordan V “Fear” are much darker overall, removing most of the white treatment in favor of some olive tones and a bit more red. Continue reading to get your latest look at the “Fear Pack” Jordans and stay tuned for updated release info on each of them.
Photos: Jared Sully