Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan 4 is one of the most iconic Air Jordan models that debuted back in 1989. Two of the more popular colorways that released was the original “Bred” and “Fire Red” iterations.
In 2019 celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the iconic silhouette, Jordan Brand brought back the Air Jordan 4 “Bred” in its classic color scheme that Michael Jordan wore when he sank “The Shot” during the first round of the 1989 NBA Playoffs. True to its original build, the shoe also came with the popular “Nike Air” branding on the heels.
A year later in 2020, the Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red” made its return. The shoe comes in its original build featuring a White leather upper with Fire Red accents completed with the iconic “Nike Air” logo emblazoned on the heels.
Check out both Air Jordan 4s, and let us know which pair was the better release by casting your vote below.
Air Jordan 4 “Bred”
Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red”