Jordan 4 OGWhite Cement (1989)

Jordan 4 OG White Cement (1989)

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$555

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Product Details

Style

4362

Colorway

White/Cement Grey/Black

Retail Price

$110

Release Date

01/01/1989

Product Description

The Nike Air Jordan 4 OG White Cement colorway might not be as well remembered from Michael Jordan wearing them on court compared to other original Air Jordan 4 colorways but that doesn’t take away any from how nostalgic it gets sneakerheads feeling when you talk about it. Because there are less on-court moments in the OG White Cement 4, it leaves room for other memories of MJ in the White Cement AJ4. Jordan walking in front of a graffiti covered wall wearing the White Cement 4s, a matching windbreaker and "Flight" shorts comes to mind, comes to mind. That unbelievable White Cement Air Jordan 4 shaped birthday cake Michael had for his 26th birthday back in 1989 is another unforgettable MJ moment. But the White Cement 4 OG is also remembered for the scene in the Spike Lee movie, Do The Right Thing, where Buggin’ Out’s Air Jordans get stepped on and scuffed. No matter what moments stir up those OG 4 memories for you, the Tinker Hatfield designed shoe is unforgettable. With elements like the black speckled paint covering the grey midsole, lace stays and heel tab, and that oversized tongue with the Jumpman logo and the iconic scripted Flight logo, the OG White Cement 4 is one of many original Air Jordans that landed on collector’s cop lists before those kids even knew they would be collectors at all. It’s hard to believe all those memories packed into the Nike Air Jordan 4 OG White Cement in 1989 cost just $100, and back then, that price had some parents losing their mind.



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