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The ultimate Air Jordan 4 FAQ

January 21, 2022 6:05 PM
The ultimate Air Jordan 4 FAQ

Today we're taking a closer look at an irreplaceable Jordan Brand silhouette that has been around for years. Although all of you will have probably already come across the kicks, it's worth taking a closer look at them. Still have questions about the Air Jordan 4? Then let's change that today in our ultimate Air Jordan 4 FAQ! We've picked out your most frequently asked questions and are answering them now. Let's go!

When was the first Air Jordan 4 released?

The Air Jordan 4, designed by Tinker Hatfield, celebrated its first release in 1989. After the breakthrough of the Air Jordan 3's released a year earlier, Nike also released another Air Jordan silhouette with the Air Jordan 4, which was particularly well received by the community.

More and more people became aware of the highlights of the Jordan line-up. A reputation for the coolest and most sought-after sneakers was established.

What is the OG colorway of the Air Jordan 4?

In 1989, four colorways were released for the Air Jordan 4. They were the Air Jordan 4 'White Cement', Air Jordan 4 'Black Cement', Air Jordan 4 'Military Blue', and the Air Jordan 4 'Fire Red'.

Nike's Air Jordan 4 was the first silhouette in the Jordan range to be released on the global market. Today, these models are almost impossible to buy in unworn condition due to their rarity. New pairs are sold for several thousand euros.

Air Jordan 4 'White Cement'
Air Jordan 4 'Black Cement'
 'Military Blue'
 'Fire Red'
Images: StockX

How much does the Air Jordan 4 cost?

The Jordan 4 has a usual retail price of €190,00. However, due to the high demand, it is often difficult to get hold of a pair of kicks at the retail price. With our release calendar you will be well supplied with information about future releases. Be sure to check it out to avoid a future L!

What are the most popular Air Jordan 4 colorways?

In addition to the OG models, there are also numerous very popular colorways of the Air Jordan 4. You can find an overview of all upcoming and already released pairs via our sneaker search engine.

Some of the most popular looks include:

Air Jordan 4 'White Oreo' | CT8527-100

Air Jordan 4 'White Oreo'
Image: 43 Einhalb

The Air Jordan 4 'White Oreo' was released on July 3rd, 2021 and is especially popular among Jordan fans due to its clean colorway that is reminiscent of the OG. On average, the resale price of a deadstock pair is around €440,00.

Air Jordan 4 'Fire Red' | DC7770-160

'Fire Red' DC7770-160
Image: Bstn

Next up is the Air Jordan 4 'Fire Red', which was released on November 28, 2020. The kicks also have a trendy look due to the OG colours used. The cost here for deadstock pairs is around €350,00.

Air Jordan 4 'Bred' | 308497-060

Air Jordan 4 'Bred'
Image: Fitmysole

The Air Jordan 4 'Bred', released on May 4th 2019, is also a true classic. Remember the Air Jordan 1 High OG 'Bred' and its popularity? No more words! The pairs are being sold at resell for around €510,00.

Air Jordan 4 'University Blue' | CT8527-400

 'UNC' CT8527-400
Image: Bstn

A must-have for the summer! The Air Jordan 4 'University Blue' was released on April 28, 2021. Take a look at these incredibly harmonious colours of the Jordans for yourself. The resale price here is around €310,00, depending on the size. Get them fast, the value of these kicks will increase more and more. Click on the button to see where you can still grab the sneakers.

Who fits the Air Jordan 4?

We can quickly help you with the question of which size you need for your 4. The kicks come in regular sizes, just like the other silhouettes in the Air Jordan line-up. However, some models, such as the Air Jordan 4, can be slightly wider than other models. But that shouldn't be a problem for most of you.

sizing
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I hope we could solve your open questions with our Ultimate Air Jordan 4 FAQ. Which 4s will you be buying in the future? For upcoming releases, keep an eye on our news page and our release calendar. With Sneakerjagers you won't miss any important information about sneakers and streetwear!