Originally debuted on the Air Jordan 1, the “Bred” colorways from Jordan Brand are a staple to some of their iconic models.
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The Air Jordan 4 “Bred” returned in 2019 to help celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the silhouette. It features a Black nubuck upper with Cement Grey detailing and Fire Red contrasting accents. “Nike Air” heel tabs gives off that OG vibe when Michael Jordan wore the shoes while hitting “The Shot” in 1989.
Last seen in 2017, the Air Jordan 13 “Bred” returned in its original design from 1998. It featured the signature 3M reflective mesh overlays with Black tabled leather and Red synthetic suede overlays.
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Air Jordan 4 Bred
Air Jordan 13 Bred