The Nike Air Jordan 4 OG ’89 “White Cement” is set to return this coming weekend for its much anticipated 2016 release. Worn by Michael Jordan during the 1988-89 season, the White Cement colourway is one of the most popular Air Jordans ever made.
The sneaker was originally released back in 1989 and later appeared in 1999, followed by another retro release in 2012. Following in the footsteps of the Air Jordan 3 Retro ’88 and the Air Jordan 6 Maroon, the Air Jordan 4 OG ’89 White Cement will have the sought-after “Nike Air” branding on the heel to go along with the premium remastered treatment.
The sneaker is dressed in a simple colour combination of White, Black, Red and Cement Grey. The entire upper is highlighted in a simple white shade with contrasting cement grey detailing on the mid-foot lock area and on the rear end branding. There is additional hits of red branding on the tongue and insole. The pair sits on top of a speckled grey midsole and is finished off with a cement grey outsole unit.
The Nike Air Jordan 4 OG ’89 “White Cement” will drop at Shelflife in-store only on the 13th of February for the retail price of R2699.00.
PLEASE NOTE: NO PRE-ORDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS RELEASE.