With a story that began way back in 1989, the Jordan 4s graced Michael Jordan's feet when he sunk the buzzer-beating shot that advanced the Bulls to the next playoff round. Featuring a visible Air-Sole unit in the heel and large branded heel pull tab, the Jordan 4 was a must-have from the start. Tinker Hatfield designed the Nike Air Jordan Retro 4 to match Jordan's competitiveness and sneaker heads loved it. The Jordan Retro 4 also has the distinction of being the first retro Jordan released by the newly formed Jordan Brand in 1999. Cop a pair today for iconic hoops style and premium comfort.