We first saw these “UNC” editions of the Air Jordan IV when players on the University of North Carolina Men’s Basketball squad shared some images on Instagram. More pics of these sick PE’s are starting to appear, swiftly ramping the thirst level for collectors to somehow get their own pair.
Air Jordan IVs get plenty of love and get snatched up with the quickness in their original colorways. But there are also some new variations that won’t stay put on shelves much longer themselves. This year we’re getting Michael Jordan’s fourth signature shoe in colorways like the “Green Glow”and “Fire Red Toro.”
Had enough Jordan retros yet? Didn’t think so. This Air Jordan 4 with a a predominantly red upper drops in October, but we can check out pretty images of the shoe right now.
Air Jordan IIIs are highly coveted but the Air Jordan IVs, released first in 1989, may be just as revered. The kicks Michael Jordan crushed Craig Ehlo and the Cleveland Cavaliers’ dream in have been retroed at least a few times, and Jordan Brand is putting them back in stores again this Black Friday.