This Air Jordan 4, also known as “Black Cement 4,” comes with a black upper plus grey accents, white midsole plus black, white and grey accents, and a red sole. Cement Grey accents grace the lining and eyelets, while Fire Red contrasts appear on the outsole and tongue lining. As the cherry on top, the OG “Nike Air” branding on the heels replaces the Jumpman logo of recent retro releases. Originally released in 1989, the follow-up to the Air Jordan 3 was Tinker Hatfield’s second design for the sub-brand. Today the shoe enjoys equal acclaim like its predecessor and rank among the most popular Air Jordans. In terms of memorable in-game moments, Michael Jordan wore the Bred colorway when he made “The Shot” against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of the 1989 Eastern Conference First Round.