Jordan 4 Bred

The Air Jordan 4 "Bred" is a highly iconic sneaker designed by Tinker Hatfield and first released in 1989, featuring a black nubuck or leather upper with red accents and a white midsole. Its cultural significance stems from its association with Michael Jordan, who famously wore them during pivotal moments of his career, including the 1989 NBA Playoffs. The "Bred" colorway holds enduring popularity within sneaker culture, leading to multiple re-releases and significant resale value in the secondary market. As a symbol of basketball history and Michael Jordan's legacy, the Air Jordan 4 "Bred" remains a coveted item among sneaker collectors and enthusiasts.
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