This past weekend, Jordan Brand released the fan favorite “Bred” Air Jordan 4 for the fifth time since its debut in 1989. As expected, the kicks sold out on most of the websites carrying the highly anticipated launch. If you missed out, not all hope is lost.
The “Bred” Jordan 4 boasts a black nubuck upper that’s paired with red and cement gray accents throughout the basketball sneakers, including the “Nike Air” branding on the heel, which has not been featured since 1999. The “Bred” moniker is derived from the color combination of black and red, which is inspired by the Chicago Bulls team uniforms that Michael Jordan wore in the ’90s.
The style is also available on the resale marketplace as well as Stadium Goods, with select sizes priced at $295. Another route for availablity is StockX, which is reselling the kicks for about $235 in men’s sizes 7 to 18; the suggested retail price is $200.
In related news, check out what sneaker fans had to say about the latest Air Jordan 4 “Bred” ad campaign.
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