Air Jordan 4 Retro - Girl's Grade School
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Color: TRUE BERRY/RUSH PINK-WHITE
Material: Leather, Synthetic & Rubber
SUPPORT, STABILITY AND HERITAGE STYLE.
The Air Jordan 4 Retro Big Kids' Shoe delivers lightweight cushioning with a sculpted midsole designed to enhance stability. Its retro styling pays tribute to the 1989 original.
- Leather and synthetic upper delivers durability and support.
- Visible Air-Sole unit in the heel enhances cushioning.
- Solid rubber outsole with herringbone pattern for traction.
- Grade school size range: 3.5y-9.5y.
The Air Jordan IV was originally released in 1989, and quickly got noticed on the court when His Airness wore them for one of his then best years on record. They also saw mass stardom on the screen when the "Do the Right Thing" character Mookie, played by Spike Lee, exclaims outrage after his pristine Air Jordan IVs are scuffed by a bicycle tire. They first returned as a retro style in 1999, and have seen several retro releases since then, with each design sticking closely to its original predecessor.
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