Nike Air Jordan 4
The Jordan 4 is an iconic basketball shoe from Nike that was first released in 1989. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, it was the first Jordan shoe sold worldwide. The Jordan 4 is characterized by its eye-catching design and high-quality materials, which make it a true classic. The upper of the Jordan 4 is made from a combination of leather and mesh, giving the shoe both durability and breathability. The laces are reinforced with plastic eyelets to improve durability and allow for a custom fit. The shoe also features a sturdy rubber sole with an Air-Sole unit in the heel area that provides excellent cushioning and support. Available in a variety of colorways, the Jordan 4 has spawned some iconic designs over the years, including the "Bred" and the "White Cement." It is popular not only among basketball players, but also among sneaker enthusiasts and collectors due to its cultural significance and classic design.